Managing your fleet just got easier

January 15, 2015

Fleet managers are all too familiar with the innumerable challenges they must handle on a daily basis. Yet, no matter what the situation, the common element is data. Knowing the facts, having the information means the fleet manager can make the right decisions in a timely manner. Of course, the obvious question is “How do you gather data on vehicles which are in diverse locations?”

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KGL

Kuwait & Gulf Link Transport Company (KGL) is a highly focused group of companies, with regional interests in Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM). The company commands a network of specialized Business Units that promote efficient and effective B2B and B2G logistics related services to its customers in the Middle East. KGL Supply Chain Management (SCM) services are complemented with a range of Car and Equipment Rental and Leasing, Passenger Transport Services, Information Technology, Project Management, Technical Services, Real Estate and other Adjacent Businesses. We operate through a portfolio of highly integrated subsidiaries and affiliates to offer comprehensive services to our customers in the Middle East, Africa and beyond. KGL expansion is based on a carefully planned corporate strategy that relies on its core competencies and sustainable growth plans.

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