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Aggregate Industries

As a business that revolves around its customers, Teletrac Navman worked closely with Aggregate Industries to provide the perfect solution to meet the needs of the business. 

  • 100% by-the-minute visibility of 1,160 vehicles 
  • Rise in customer satisfaction with the ability to share fleet visibility data
  • Quarterly driver and transport manager reward programmes leads to improvement in staff morale and driving standards

Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service

Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service covers an area of almost 900 square miles with a population of more than 1 million people. With such a wide area to cover, a fleet of 45 vehicles and 1000 employees with access to them, visibility of the fleet and drivers is paramount to ensure efficient delivery of services.

  • Digital driver ID system
  • Fleet size reduced by 25%
  • Simplified vehicle booking system

Direct Link Express Deliveries

Direct Link Express Deliveries operates out of two locations in the South East of England and offers traditional nationwide courier and delivery options, as well as a range of premium services from packing and assembly, through to the installation of new plant and equipment.

  • With a fleet of 41 vehicles, finding efficiencies and maintaining control is critical
  • Also installed dashcams and audio recording across the fleet
  • DIRECTOR app is proving especially useful

Canal River Trust

Canal River Trust has made huge savings since implementing telematics. The company manages canals and rivers across the United Kingdom and has improved driver behaviour, reduced emissions and lowered business fuel costs. In this case study, Ian Jarvis explains how the system has helped CRT get better visibility over their vehicles and take operations to the next level. 

  • Fuel savings
  • Lower emissions
  • Increased productivity

Shetland Islands Council

The remote Shetland Islands lie to the northeast Great Britain and are managed and maintained by Shetland Islands Council. With a population of under 25,000 people, and a challenging environment with tough weather conditions, the council were looking for a bespoke solution that could be implemented across a variety of their fleet vehicles. Find out how telematics is helping keep lone workers safe, save fuel and enhance the reputation of the council in this fascinating area of the world. 

  • Savings of over £100,000
  • Protecting drivers in remote locations
  • Implementation of camera technology