[CONSTRUCTION] 6 Ways Adopting A Fleet Management Software Can Improve Profitability

[CONSTRUCTION] 6 Ways Adopting A Fleet Management Software Can Improve Profitability

Construction fleets can benefit from fleet management solutions in a number of ways, but the most important is that it can save money and increase profitability. In the construction industry, it is crucial to protect vehicles and assets. Fleet management software can monitor driver behavior, send reminders for scheduled maintenance, keep track of asset locations, …

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Did You Know: Asset Theft

Did You Know: Asset Theft

Keeping track of your equipment, trailers and containers can be an essential practice for your business. Having your assets on several work sites could be hard to manage, and could be a reason why almost $1 billion worth of construction equipment goes missing each year. Here’s some key facts that you should know about asset …

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[VIDEO] Optimize your Fleet and Workforce with Fleet Software

[VIDEO] Optimize your Fleet and Workforce with Fleet Software

Interested in improving overall management of your business to ensure fleet dependability? Whether you’re looking to encourage fleet productivity, increase security on assets, or streamline all business functions, fleet management and operations software has the ability to save your business time and money with large returns. Considering the amount of money that is spent to upkeep your …

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[ASSET TRACKING] Long Island construction company loses thousands due to asset theft

[ASSET TRACKING] Long Island construction company loses thousands due to asset theft

According to an article published by Newsday, a Long Island construction company lost a $100,000 excavator due to theft. While they are still searching for their lost equipment, there are ways that you can better manage and control your asset inventory: THE BENEFITS OF ASSET TRACKING:  have a real-time comprehensive view on asset management software …

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SP Asset Tracking

SP Asset Tracking

SP Asset Tracking Silent Passenger® is a total asset management solution designed to enable you to make the most of your assets by giving you complete visibility, control, and protection over them. Vehicles are not the only assets that your company should track. Other equipment such as trailers, freight, heavy equipment, shipping containers, etc. can …

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10 Best Practices for Beating NYC Traffic

10 Best Practices for Beating NYC Traffic

When it comes to working and traveling on Long Island and in the New York City metro area, it’s best to be prepared to hit some traffic. For many people in the tri-state area and beyond, traffic and commuting takes up a substantial amount of time. If you or fleet drivers drive in or around …

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Top 5 Fleet Facts: Asset Tracking

Top 5 Fleet Facts: Asset Tracking

Asset tracking software is an essential investment for any business that owns powered or non-powered assets. Whether the business has shipping containers, construction equipment, trailers, or even generators, monitoring location and utilization is important. These are the 5 main benefits of asset tracking: Mitigate Theft and Unauthorized Usage What if there was a simple way …

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Asset Tracking and Temperature Control in The Food Industry

Asset Tracking and Temperature Control in The Food Industry

  Food safety is one of the biggest issues affecting the U.S. agricultural and food industries, today. Some concerns for farmers and businesses in the food industry are foodborne illnesses, recalls, risk of contamination, spoilage, etc.  According to recent data from the Centers of Disease Control, 48 million people in the U.S (1 in 6) get …

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How Do You Lose An 18-Ton Excavator?

It’s stolen right off your property. In Riverhead, New York an 18-ton excavator was stolen from a private property. This particular piece of equipment was worth $100,000 and when this article was written, the police did not have any leads. According to the article in Newsday, it was stolen between April 20 and May 5. …

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