“Connectivity” is a key concept which enables us to support smart logistics. Smart Fuel efficiency, Smart Drivability and Safety, and Smart Uptime and Productivity are tightly “connected” both conceptually and technologically. The UD Information Services (UDIS) provides integrated benefits for the entire truck operation. The intra-connectivity between the engine, the ESCOT-V AMT and all vehicle systems are enhanced by the connectivity between the truck and the call center, the dealerships, and the customers. There is a technical connection utilizing wireless, GPS, satellite and advanced telematics, as well as the human connection between fleet managers, drivers, and UD experts and mechanics. And UD Trucks and the Volvo Group are at the forefront of “connectivity”.
Going the Extra Mile for Smart Logistics
At UD Trucks, we take the present seriously, so that we can go the extra mile in the future. As a part of the Volvo Group, we have access to the world’s leading technological innovations. Adding to this our rich heritage of UD Trucks craftsmanship, our engineering skills and gemba spirit that means we always go the extra mile, in everything we do. At the Tokyo Motor Show, along with our latest technologies, you can witness our efforts to create a new future through the realization of the smart logistics.
For details on the Tokyo Motor Show, please see the UD Trucks homepage (http://www.udtrucks.com/en-int/home). We are looking forward to the opportunity to show you our efforts to create a new future through the realization of "smart logistics," responding to changing times and supporting the success of our customers' business.
UD Trucks is a total transport solution provider dedicated to delivering optimized total cost of ownership to its customers. It sells and serves light, medium and heavy duty trucks as well as special vehicles. UD Trucks was established in Japan in 1935 and became part of the Volvo Group in 2007. With its headquarters located in Ageo, Japan, UD Trucks supports sales and services in more than 60 countries through a worldwide network.