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Inventor:
Kodger, Jr.; Kenneth E.
Address:
Laguna Niguel, CA
No. of patents:
2
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8145577 Next generation visibility package tracking March 27, 2012
The present invention involves systems and methods for tracking one or more shipped items that are shipped via a carrier. A set of expected occurrences are established for each item shipped. The items are then shipped and the shipment of the one or more shipped items is monitored for
7684994 Next generation visibility package tracking March 23, 2010
The present invention involves systems and methods for tracking one or more shipped items that are shipped via a carrier. A set of expected occurrences are established for each item shipped. The items are then shipped and the shipment of the one or more shipped items is monitored for










 
 
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