Command Alkon acquires Trimble’s construction logistics business

Command Alkon

Command Alkon has completed its acquisition of Trimble’s construction logistics business.

The transaction will combine decades of telematics experience, customer relationships and the TrimFleet suite of products for ready mix and bulk materials suppliers with Command Alkon’s industry-specific fleet and workforce management solution, TrackIt.

The price tag of the acquisition was not disclosed.

“Now more than ever before, the heavy work industry needs a reliable and innovative partner to help them achieve telematics-driven connected workflows and visibility,” said Phil Ramsey, CEO at Command Alkon. “Command Alkon has the tools, insights and experience to fulfill those demands. We are pleased to welcome Trimble’s Construction Logistics employees to the Command Alkon family; together, we are marking the creation of a fleet solutions powerhouse that will lead our industry into the future.”

The TrimFleet suite of products will move forward under the name of TFleet. 

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“I am extremely proud of the work we have done to build Command Alkon’s business into a true industry leader in telematics solutions with a global portfolio,” said Larry Curtis, vice president of telematics.

“The addition of the TFleet suite of products, and expertise of the many veteran employees that support this product line, is a strong addition to our portfolio and to the wealth of industry knowledge Command Alkon brings to our customer base.”

As the provider of the Supplier Collaboration Platform for Heavy Work, the company’s solutions deliver supply chain digital collaboration across the heavy construction community.

CONNEX, a technology platform built for the industry, enables business partners to automate and integrate business process, capture real-time visibility into heavy material orders and deliveries, and share knowledge to promote certainty of outcomes.

The company is headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama and has offices in locations around the globe.

Trimble’s construction logistics business has been reported as part of the Building and Infrastructure Segment. The sale will not have a material impact on Trimble’s segment or overall financial results.