Video Library

Find out about improving delivery and customer experience with real-time IoT data

In our video library, you can access Kizy webinars to learn about the power of real-time IoT data for supply chain optimization, cold chain monitoring and asset tracking.

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  • Supply Chain Visibility
  • Cold Chain Monitoring
  • Theft Prevention & Asset Retrieval
  • Product features
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Keep checking here or in our events section for upcoming Kizy webinars.

Parcel + Post Expo 2021 - Kizy Tracking will be there!

Events

Parcel + Post Expo 2021: A New Chance to Learn about Kizy’s IoT Solution

October 12 -09:00 - October 14 -17:00

Kizy Tracking is once again participating in the world’s leading global event for parcel delivery, e-commerce logistics and postal industries in Vienna this coming October 2021. The Parcel + Post Expo 2021 brings together the greatest minds of the postal and logistics industry to share insights, predict future trends and showcase emerging technologies and solutions […]

Kizy Tracking solutions to protect High-Value Cargo

Events

Theft Protection for High-Value Cargo with Kizy Tracking

October 20 -11:00 - 11:30

Are you looking for new alternatives to protect your assets during transportation? How reliable can your GPS System be after a theft has occurred? These are some of the questions we will be answering on Oct 20th at 11:00 AM in our webinar on Theft Protection for High-Value Cargo with Kizy Tracking. Trucking companies and […]

Logistics & Distribution Zurich 2020

Events

Logistics & Distribution Zurich

26.01.2022 -09:00 - 27.01.2022 -16:00

UPDATE: In the current situation due to COVID-19, making plans for upcoming events is not easy. For this reason regrettably, Logistics & Distribution must be postponed to January 2022. We will keep you informed and let you know about any updates as soon as more details are available. Logistics & Distribution Zurich 2020 is the […]

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