How to set up a ‘tracker for freight’
A freight tracking company in Alberta has been told it needs to add tracking to its vehicles to keep track of its customers’ freight movements.
A freight company called Hercules is trying to raise $10,000 to hire a tracking company to help with its delivery services.
The company says it’s not going to give up on its customers, so the company is asking for your help.
The company is calling its initiative “tracking for freight,” and it wants you to help it.
To help the company, it is asking you to donate $10 to its GoFundMe page.
If you would like to help the Hercules freight tracking project, you can donate to the page.
It will be used to cover the cost of the company’s tracking, software, and other equipment.
You can donate through GoFundMint or the GoFund Me page.
You can also follow the company on Facebook or Twitter, where they’re also posting updates.
The Hercules project is one of a number of similar projects that are trying to get people on board with tracking.
Some companies, such as FreightLabs, are using technology that can track cargo to deliver it, or even track a car’s location.
Other companies are using GPS to track a shipment and deliver it on time.
But, while some companies are offering tracking services, many of those services are expensive.
“Most people don’t have the money to buy tracking equipment,” said Tim Healey, who runs the Hercule freight tracking software company in the western Alberta city of Jasper.
There’s a lot of people who have no idea what they’re doing, and it’s just a huge waste of time and money,” he said.
In order to help Hercule, Healey said the company will need to find a tracking firm that can help the project.
He said he has talked to several companies about working with the Hercules project, but they’ve been hesitant to work with the company.
If you don’t want to do it, we don’t need to help you with it,” he told CBC News. “
We need to get in front of them and tell them, ‘You’re going to need this.’
If you don’t want to do it, we don’t need to help you with it,” he told CBC News.
Hercules is also asking for donations to cover its expenses.
For now, the company said it will only accept money in Canadian dollars.
It’s not yet clear whether Hercules will start tracking freight on other countries, such in Europe, Japan, or elsewhere.