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Optimize operations with location accuracy

Managing a successful fleet is a full-time job — from supervising drivers on the road to ensuring customer service needs are being met behind the scenes, anything other than absolute efficiency in your operation is unproductive and can take a significant toll on your bottom line. Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking has been adopted by top fleets around the world to help managers achieve enhanced visibility into their operation and meet rising customer expectations while keeping costs low. With an average fleet wasting between 5% to 10% of its annual budgeted dollars, GPS technology can eliminate costs contributing to fleet

By |September 18th, 2019|

Fleet Telematics: The more you know

Knowledge is power — especially in the transportation industry. The costs of operating a fleet can add up quickly and erode your bottom line. And without proper insight and technology, you could be spending more time and money than necessary to complete daily tasks. We’re committed to providing best-in-class technology that’s built to help fleets of all sizes grow, compete, and succeed while keeping costs low. In fact, when speaking of Omnitracs, President of Elias Wilf, a lead flooring distribution company, Jeff Streigel said, “You think you are being efficient until you find out there is a better way.” Let’s

By |August 26th, 2019|

3 benefits of job completion visibility

As any fleet manager knows, drivers are a transportation company’s biggest asset. Without them, the business would fall by the wayside. Having such a vital role in the success of your operation requires an enhanced level of trust. However, even the most skilled driver can make a mistake that ends up costing the company big. For example, a driver who was recently hired may have misunderstood company policy and used a company truck to complete a side job such as moving furniture after hours. Whether this usage was authorized or not, operating company equipment unnecessarily wastes fuel, diminishes the bottom

By |July 23rd, 2019|

Drivers: Stop your engines! The hard truth about truck idling

It can seem minuscule and even natural to leave your radio on during lunch or air conditioning running during a delivery — especially in these hot summer months. But little tendencies like this can quickly add up to six billion gallons and over $12 billion of wasted fuel each year. Typically, truck drivers rely on idling to maintain the temperature of their cab while they sleep. However, nine states and Washington, D.C. have limited idling to between three and five minutes with another 14 states having separate restrictions for vehicles over 10,001 pounds, according to the National Conference of State

By |July 15th, 2019|

Harsh driving — You can’t afford it

Your logo is your livelihood and having an operation that reflects and represents the values of your company — both on and off the road — is essential to achieving customer satisfaction and overall success. But harsh driving events such as sudden braking, speeding, and distracted driving can result in accidents, injuries, and bad publicity for your fleet. Be aware of brand recognition Aside from transporting orders to and from service locations, your trucks serve as free, mobile advertising for your company — whether you know it or not. Unfortunately, a single action on the road can hinder your company’s

By |July 9th, 2019|

Geofencing: Protect Your Vehicle and Bottom Line

“Call me when you get there” has become an all-to-common request by fleet managers to their drivers. Making sure drivers arrive at their designated service locations on time with accurate loads is essential to customer satisfaction and the success of your operation — and could be the difference between spending and saving thousands of dollars a week. But without complete visibility into vehicle status and location along a route, it can be difficult to determine accurate arrival, departure, and idling times. Geofencing, or virtual perimeters around a physical location, enables back-office personnel to track and monitor assets from depot to

By |May 22nd, 2019|

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