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Blackburns Chimney Services started looking for an asset monitoring solution after one of their utility trailers was stolen. In addition to the cost of the physical trailer, the company had to replace all the expensive equipment and tools in the utility trailer at the time. Despite having security cameras on premise, they had no way to monitor their vehicles, track their assets in real-time and also have a way to quickly be alerted if the asset was moved during non-working hours or stolen.
Kavak’s CFO share his experience working with Powerfleet and the value received.
Church Transportation was having an issue with reliable visibility of their trailers which resulted in trailers going missing or being misappropriated by their customers as storage units. While they conducted physical asset checks, these were infrequent and time-consuming. Between yard checks, drivers and other employees manually tracked the company’s assets, which was not only prone to human error but also consumed valuable labor hours that could have been better utilized elsewhere.
WP Rawl has been continuing to grow demand and began to offer overnight deliveries to their customers. They were losing valuable time and money by manually logging day-to-day routes. The management began looking for ways to move more loads, increase profits, and cut down on communication time and tracking errors.
WP Rawl needed to optimize their fleet and was looking for a minute-by-minute visibility solution that could help manage its overall truck and driver performance.
The customer recently acquired a fleet of electric mopeds equipped with telematics devices that were integrated with a custom software application, which was not included in the acquisition. This left a huge gap in their business model as the data collected by the devices provided critical operational metrics needed to run their business. In addition, cellular service for the devices was due to be shut off within 30 days of being contracted.
With the mopeds essentially inoperable, and only 30 days to collect valuable telemetry from the existing devices, the customer turned to Powerfleet for help.
Powerfleet® removed risk factors and applied enforceable safety
measures for a large food manufacturing company. Each location
received technologically advanced and easily implemented processes
for worker safety and vehicle tracking. Powerfleet®’s advanced telematics digitize tracking, enabling management at any location
to monitor vehicle use and employee habits. This eliminated guesswork, provided accountability and created a new system of checks and
balances for measurable results. The company saw results in terms of a 70% decrease in accidents, an 80% decrease in damages and several hundred thousand dollars in cost savings.
A global manufacturer needed solutions for heavy manufacturing processes. These occurred in five separate locations and used about 800 vehicles, including lift trucks, tow tractors and man lifts. They needed solutions that would improve safety in material handling operations, protect workers and reduce costs.
A leader in global automaking found themselves in need of improved safety measures and material handling operations. The company adheres to the highest safety standards but their ongoing self-monitoring processes indicated a need for improvement. The need extended to personnel training, systems implementation, systems management, authorization processes and equipment use monitoring.
Five years ago, a leading multinational food & beverage company deployed I.D. Systems’ Powerfleet® forklift telematics system to improve material handling safety. The project was a big success. Based on its initial return on investment (ROI), the Company rolled out Powerfleet on more than 2,500 pieces of material handling equipment across almost 100 of its food and beverage manufacturing and distribution sites in North America.But with more than $60 million invested in its material handling fleet—and a labor cost of over $200 million to run that fleet—the Customer wanted to find out if Powerfleet could save it even more money.