I'll bet you pulled the wings of flies as a kid. Classic sociopathic tendencies. I'll bet you could easily be a serial killer. No remorse. They deserved it.
CAMP is the supplier to Toyota of T-Matics Mobile which goes to small sales of 50 or less. So CAMP now has a competing VMS product. Forget TotalTrax, they are a POS. CAMP is a problem for IDSY.
except that IDSY does the fleets. CAMP is doing the small orders of 50 units or less. I don't see a large market for forklift fleets of 50 or less who want to track their forklifts. From Toyota website:
T-Matics MOBILE features a Toyota-designed forklift data collection system. T-Matics COMMAND features an ID-Systems forklift and forklift operator management system. T-Matics MOBILE is designed to work effectively in nearly all applications and provides hour meter readings, impact data, error codes* and more! T-Matics COMMAND is a comprehensive and customizable vehicle and operator management system for fixed-location applications. T-Matics COMMAND enforces operator accountability, leverages paperless inspection checklists and auto-emails, and utilizes a smart impact management system.
wrong. IDSY has the truck segment AND signed a deal with the forklift segment. Apparently, CAMP has the small business forklift segment (T-Matics Mobile) and IDSY has the Enterprise segment (T-Matics Command). Why is CAMP going into this segment?
Chris M was only there for little over 1 yr and then left. TotalTrax is not the problem. I'm more worried about CAMP
check again. RVM had about 25% more silver and copper. So $20M to RVM equals $15M to MGN if metals prices were the same. Metal prices are down considerably since the RVM deal was truck.
With the preferred shares in the way, existing shareholders are lucky to get 20c. More likely 15c. Potentially, nothing if the preferreds force BK