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Jan de Rijk Logistics (www.janderijk.com), one of the leading logistics services providers operating in Europe, is replacing its existing onboard computers with the transport management solution from Punch Telematix. Initially 200 vehicles of Jan de Rijk Logistics' international fleet will be equipped with the CarCube.

Punch Telematix is intensifying its Europe-wide strategy of growth and is entering the Polish market. As one of the leading providers of integrated telematics applications, the company - which has its head offices in Belgium - has now started direct marketing of the "CarCube".


Solid and Punch Telematix combine the latest versions of their software to allow their mutual clients to directly and remotely integrate drivers' activity times.

Solid, the gold standard of the smart card and disc data reading and exploitation software market, and Punch Telematix, one of the European leaders in the development of innovative embedded computing solutions, announced a joint venture at the beginning of the year.


Transports Vervaeke, the leading Belgian ADR tank transporter, is replacing its existing onboard computers and transport management system with the CarCube transport management solution from Punch Telematix. This order confirms Vervaeke's reputation as an innovative transportation company.

Punch Telematix, a growing and innovative listed telematics company, has posted some further notable sales successes in the past few weeks. Leading Belgian transporter Ninatrans is replacing its existing onboard computers and transport management system with the transport management solution from Punch Telematix. Foronex and Trafuco have also opted decisively for Punch Telematix. These important orders confirm that the company is on the right track.

Punch Telematix, a growing and innovative telematics company listed on the stock exchange, is launching CarCube Express. Transport companies that rely on subcontractors or use leased vehicles can now incorporate this on-board computer just as efficiently in their planning as they do with their own vehicles and drivers. The curtain-raiser for this innovation is for visitors to the IAA Commercial Vehicles trade fair in Hanover, Germany, which started on 25 September 2008.