NRC has more than 30 years’ experience manufacturing and supplying professional grade two way radio solutions, helping transport and logistics businesses to streamline operations and control costs.
The Road to Effective Communication
Whether it is people or assets being transported, businesses in the transport and logistics sector must meet strict deadline and delivery demands. Meeting those demands requires reliable and clear communication throughout the supply chain, from the warehouse through to the point of delivery.
Two way radio communications can provide a reliable, fast and effective way to:
- Meet deadline and delivery demands
- Assist with the movement of people or assets
- Ensure worker safety
- Locate staff and vehicles
- Connect the supply chain
- Protect drivers
When you connect every worker in the supply chain, you can get business done efficiently and quickly. Our DigiX radios can be customised to fit your operations and workflows and further streamline your operations.
Don’t be put off by thinking that your two way radio hire or buy will be expensive. NRC will offer a tailored two way radio solution that is suited to your requirements and your budget.
Best Two Way Radios for Transport
Our DigiX Horizon and the Sky200 are ideal for use in the transport sector. Each one comes with all the functionality you would expect from an industry-leading radio and are available to hire or purchase at an affordable price.
Why choose NRC Radio?
We know that reliable two way radios are absolutely essential for schools to create a positive learning environment which is safe and secure for staff, pupils and visitors and we take the time to understand your exact requirements so that we can provide you with a bespoke solution, not a one size fits all out of the box system.
The clarity and reception on our digital radios from NRC is in a completely different league to anything we have experienced before. We have yet to find an area on campus where the signal does not work 100%. I would have no hesitation in recommending NRC to any organisation looking to improve their mobile radio communications.
Tony Monument, Head of Security at Bangor University