N402 permanent container tracker
Offer your clients a new high-quality service with permanent container trackers.
These high-security trackers can’t be taken off like normal ones : only the adapted tool can easily uninstall them when needed. Placed on the door, leaving the sensors part inside, it is impossible to take off when the container is closed.
Even in the container, thanks to the form factor and the external antenna.
Long life battery
Up to 10 shipments of 5 weeks, i.e. more than 2 years based on use.
Thanks to immediate disponibility and easy setup in a few seconds.
constantly communicated to keep control on transport conditions.
Thanks to GPS, Wifi and Cellular connection.
secure and robust
Its shape and material prevent it from being taken off when doors are closed.
Features that fit your needs
and real time alerts
and real time alerts
with remote sensors
Quick and easy set up
Install the tracker in seconds :
Simply place it on the container’s door, it will be held by a strong adhesive tape .
When the door is closed, it will stay firmly in place and can’t be taken off.
Sustainable devices :
refurbishing and recycling program
All our trackers are reusable but also refurbishable and recyclable.
Whether you use them 10 times or only one time, you can send
them back to Next4 : we will change the batteries, which will be
recycled, and the external housing so the tracker can be reused.
Certified for mass deployment from countries included in the CE, EAC and FCC certifications.
Compilant with the connectivity standard for interoperability between smart containers established by the DCSA.
Our products are classified as CSDs (Container Security Devices) in the same way as seals.
Their purpose is to guarantee the product’s integrity.
According to Washington’s customs recommendations in 1972, they are not subject to any individual customs formalities in connection with the temporary admission of a container if they are accessories or equipment of this container.
However, it is possible that certain customs may ask questions. It is therefore advisable to note the presence of the tracker as a CSD on the bill of lading and to specify the 1972 CSD agreements.