Discover How to Boost Fleet Productivity with a Telematics Solution

January 12, 2017 | Sponsored

GPS vehicle tracking systems provide fleet operators with a powerful tool to help cut costs and operate their vehicles more efficiently. But there’s another benefit to a telematics solution that’s often overlooked – improving productivity. And not just with your drivers, but throughout your entire fleet. A GPS vehicle tracking system with onboard engine diagnostics provides the data to make informed management decisions that can help increase productivity throughout your fleet.

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South Western Railway

South Western Railway is a FirstGroup and MTR company, focused on delivering improvements for you, our customers. As well as providing our employees with the right training and tools for their jobs to deliver the best possible customer experience, we’ll also be investing over £1.2 billion over the next 7 years. This will provide more capacity with new trains, a train refurbishment programme and station improvements, and new ticket options to save you time and money.

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