How GPS Tracking Improves Fleet Productivity

Fleet management is a hectic profession. When fleet managers aren’t spending time tackling day-to-day issues that are specific to their operations, they are likely addressing broader fleet problems, such as safety, maintenance, or any number of other perennial issues. Read More

WHAT HAPPENS AT A WEIGH STATION?

Anyone who has taken a long drive on the highway for work or pleasure has noticed weigh stations along the way. While stopping at an open weigh station can be inconvenient for truckers and fleet managers, these stations are essential to the relationship between states and trucking businesses.

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How GPS Tracking Improves Fleet Productivity

Fleet management is a hectic profession. When fleet managers aren’t spending time tackling day-to-day issues that are specific to their operations, they are likely addressing broader fleet problems, such as safety, maintenance, or any number of other perennial issues.

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Off-Road Heavy Construction Equipment GPS Tracking Growing

64% of trucking fleets are currently using a GPS fleet tracking solution in their organization. Adoption of fleet tracking is estimated at less than 20% among construction company fleets. This is surprising since some 80% of heavy equipment produced for the American market comes equipped with telematics. Dozens of OEM’s in the United States are trying to sell their hardware and software to the off-highway heavy equipment industry and its fleet managers. The data generated by telematics is increasingly useful to fleet managers. Read More