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SC-integrity, Inc. (LoJack SCI) Launches Disposable Tracking Program for Supply Chain Protection and Visibility

RICHARDSON, Texas, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SC-integrity, Inc. (LoJack SCI) announces today a new supply chain solution, with the introduction of "SC iOn Traxx," a unique, disposable tracking solution.  The SC iOn Traxx is aimed at providing a low cost, high value, visibility and temperature sensing solution for the protection of cargo and assets in transit.  When combined with the SC iOn Command Center, LoJack SCI's newest web-based tracking and visibility portal, the company expects to revolutionize the process of ensuring that business rules and regulatory compliance protocols are followed through supply chain movements.  Through the use of highly reliable disposable units, SC iOn Traxx will eliminate the burden of expensive deployment and management costs typically associated with the reverse logistics of tracking devices.

LoJack SCI

The SC iOn Traxx was developed in concert with LoJack SCI's strategic partner, Locus Traxx Worldwide, which has thousands of its "SmartTraxx™ Go" products protecting produce, food and perishable products, worldwide.  "We have taken advantage of what Locus Traxx has done in producing a highly unique product in high volumes for their market and adapted it to meet the protocols-based services for protecting the overall supply chain market," stated Ted Wlazlowski, CEO, LoJack SCI.  "Their track record for high volume reliability, coupled with our visibility, monitoring and functional enhancements, makes this the most important product in years for covert cargo and supply chain tracking and visibility."  Locus Traxx Worldwide CEO, David Benjamin says, "Our strategic vision to grow with a leading company like LoJack SCI is important to our mission.  LoJack SCI's approach to the market brings great value to our customers."

The company has a very simple program for the SCI iOn Traxx.  For a single fee per shipment, LoJack SCI customers will purchase and deploy the Traxx, following simple, user-friendly instructions. LoJack SCI will monitor the shipment according to its customer's protocols.  The necessity for a cumbersome device retrieval process has been eliminated, as the Traxx can either be disposed of, or returned for a reward, once the device reaches its destination. "This uncomplicated approach is the means to relieve much of the burden the industry deals with in protecting shipments," Ted Wlazlowski continued.  

About LoJack SCI
LoJack Supply Chain Integrity provides integrated solutions for supply chain protection that includes shared supply chain intelligence and analytics, covert cargo tracking, monitoring, and recovery services.  The LoJack SCI solutions feature proactive alert based security and increased visibility across all modes of transportation with clear chain of custody management utilizing active sensing of the cargo's environment while in-transit.  Visit www.lojacksci.com for more information.

LoJack is a trademark or registered trademark of LoJack Corporation in the United States and other countries and, used under license by SC-integrity, Inc.  LoJack Corporation is not responsible for any content herein.

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LOJACK SCI 
Contact: Steve Lang 
Phone: (214) 377-0222 
Email: [email protected]

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