Drivers on long trips with valuable cargo, often become targets of theft due to vulnerability. Thieves will attack a stationary container, just to steal what they can. Losses can mount up on a breached container, even if nothing was actually stolen. Zenloc can protect both cargo and driver, and notify any authorized party.
The current Zenloc system was very efficient at protecting these containers, and the driver moving them. During trials here in the USA it was well received. Companies that showed strong interest, included FedEx, The Portable Storage Association of America, Loves Transport and others.
CargoNet report says:
Roughly $45 million in cargo thefts were reported through September, according to CargoNet.
That compares with almost $68 million for all of 2020 when thieves targeted toilet paper and
personal protective equipment. In 2019, before the pandemic, some $49 million in cargo theft was
reported, according to figures provided by CargoNet. The accelerated pace of theft is expected to
continue through 2022.
No end in sight
Still, thieves are not doing the most damage in ports or rail yards, Lewis said. Instead, more
merchandise disappears from trucks by way of pilferage — when thieves steal only part of a
supply load from parked vehicles, whether it be a few pallets or part of a pallet, as truckers stop
on their way to a distribution center or warehouse.
The current Zenloc system was very efficient at protecting containers and driver from attack. However, the current alarm relies on a signal being sent to the driver or user ONLY. With a range of only about 100 yards. A new version can be built, with new technology now freely available, that will alert others beyond the user. And with this technology, additional safety and recording abilities will be incorporated in a new version of the Zenloc Alarm. It will still remain portable, self arming and rechargeable, but will become a very secure way of protecting cargo on the move, and would have other uses worldwide.
The company is now actively seeking a partner or investor, to help manufacture, market and sell the new version of the Zenloc Portable Alarm.
The company has interest in its new version 2 model. It has an issued US Patent, and the technology to develop a worldwide product is now freely available. AND there is a global need for such a unique security product.
Scan security code on alarm with Zenloc app to pair device. This gives user ability to control events.
Add contacts of those who must and need to be alerted of an incident and alarm condition.
Easy to navigate map, shows location and condition of alarm. Multiple alarms can be shown with specific access to cloud data, by authorized users only.
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