by Staff Writers
London, UK (SPX) Nov 13, 2012
Quattro Group has extended its agreement with Ctrack for the provision of an advanced tracking solution. This latest deal will cover 120 vans that make up the company's field support fleet along with more than 400 specialist vehicles and plant within its civil engineering, rail and environmental hire operation.
The tracking tool has provided Quattro Group with the ability to monitor the whereabouts of vehicles and equipment from its head office in Stratford, East London, along with thirteen depots across the UK.
This added visibility has enabled the company to better manage its field service team that is responsible for responding to any maintenance requirements or equipment collections at the end of each hire agreement.
In addition, Quattro Group has achieved added peace of mind by being able to view the exact position and status of all plant that is often left unattended at vulnerable sites or locations.
This has ensured that the company can quickly identify any unauthorised usage or theft and effectively arrange for the safe return of vehicles and equipment using accurate, real-time tracking data.
Jason Gallagher, Systems Manager at Quattro Group commented: "The Ctrack system has provided us with added visibility and control over our vehicles and plant equipment. We look forward to working closely with the company to take advantage of the technology to meet our business and operational needs now and in the future."
John Wisdom, Managing Director of Ctrack said: "Our proven tracking solutions are consistently achieving real benefits and return on investment for our customers in terms of productivity, efficiency and control.
"As a result, we are building longstanding partnerships with an increasing number of vehicle and equipment operators such as Quattro Group to support their ongoing growth strategies."
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