Logistics and transportation are not only labor intensive businesses, but they are cost sensitive too. By managing large fleets of vehicles, competitiveness is achieved by keeping the fleet in working condition and always in motion.
The logistics behind the logistics require an army of mechanics, service personnel, managing the supply and distribution of spare parts. The latter also involve fuel supply and waste disposal. The physical infrastructure required for maintaining fuel tanks in distributed locations presents a major challenge to keeping operations running and vehicles in motion.
Environmental controls become a major part of the operation, not only to deal with the fuel supply, but also other chemicals (various fluids for engine, transmission, brakes, anti-freeze, grease, etc.). These additional chemicals require specific methods for disposal, compounding the burden of environmental operations.
Optimize fuel expenditures: Gain an accurate assessment on fuel consumption and ensure the availability of supply, based on real needs. Enable your suppliers to prevent you from running out of fuel or needed chemicals and disposing of waste in a timely fashion.
Simplify environmental operations: Access any information on any site, and get an assessment of your employees and vendors efficiencies at various granularity levels.
Impact profits: Acquire the ability to minimize environmental labor costs through increased efficiencies, minimize risks of violations, and manage cost of your biggest commodity expense: fuel.