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Mounts in Transportation

Transport3More and more logistics and transport companies are using tablets inside their vehicles to display info, compute loads and navigate city and country roads.

With tablets and iPads becoming faster and more useful, tablet holders for cars, trucks, taxis, etc are needed to maximise the usefulness of these devices on the go.

Here are just a few of the ways our customers are using iPad and tablet mounts for cars:-

  • Mounted tablets for navigation
  • Mounted iPads for in-vehicle entertainment
  • Advertising opportunity in taxis
  • Provide entertainment for passengers
  • Trucks – enter data, face-time calls, maps
  • Airlines in cockpit or cabin
  • Boats – navigation, weather or entertainment

Below are some of our mounts for vehicles and transportation

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