Networkfleet, a provider of wireless fleet management services and subsidiary of Hughes Telematics, has announced that after implementation of its GPS fleet management technology, Campbell oil Company, a provider of lumber and oil delivery service, has saved $1800 in fuel expenses and reduced vehicle idling within the first month.
Campbell achieves speed reduction, on-time delivery increase, and fuel tax report streamlining via continuous GPS automobile tracking and motor diagnostic monitoring. Campbell’s small fleet includes a combination of delivery trucks and semi-trailer trucks with 18 wheels. Amerizon Wireless, a reseller of Networkfleet, provides local support to the Networkfleet’s GPS fleer managing technology, which ensures ease of use, low fleet operating costs and combination of diagnostic capabilities.
Brian Campbell, Campbell Oil Company’s Chief Operating Officer stated that before using the Networkfleet’s GPS management system, the company used cell phones for delivering the trucks. Campbell stated that with the support from Networkfleet and its reseller, the company improved its on-time truck delivery and increased its routing efficiency.
Since Campbell Oil with the GPS fleet management system ensures on-time vehicle delivery to a customer, it gains new customers in addition to fuel expense reduction. The Networkfleet’s management system also helps the company to precisely locate a truck reporting from a potentially unsafe environment. The accounting section of Campbell Oil simplifies the fuel taxes by using the state mileage report of Networkfleet. The Campbell’s manager using the Networkfleet’s online system will produce a report on miles, toll and non-toll distances traveled by each truck in each state along with the entry/exit dates.