Product tracker wins industrial product award

Peacock Bros. was awarded the ‘Highly Commended Award’ for Australian Industrial Product of the Year for its innovative indoor vehicle and product tracking system that will keep track of the exact position of an indoor vehicle such as a forklift, as well as pallets and warehouse inventory.

Taking the term “real-time inventory management” a step further, the developed system includes a live schematic of a warehouse with the movements and positions of indoor vehicles and pallets displayed at all times.  The system also provides efficiency reports and evaluations on vehicle operations within the warehouse for workplace improvements and analysis.

Neil Crump, managing director of Peacock Bros. said: “This award acknowledges the work and investment that went into developing a world-class product that is offering far more benefits and return on investment than any warehouse management solution currently available.

Peacock Bros. has combined multiple systems onto a common platform and integrated each technology’s benefits into a single solution that has exceeded all expectations. This was no easy feat and required a large commitment from all involved."

A number of major companies within Australia and New Zealand are now looking into this new product for deployment within their own workplaces.

For more information contact Peacock Bros. on 1300 723 282 or email

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