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Linton Fuel Oils in Navman Wireless deal

Linton Fuel Oils has signed a contract with Navman Wireless, enabling the fuel and lubricants distributor to monitor and improve service delivery while aiming to give simultaneous efficiency savings.

“We consider that it is only a matter of time before vehicle tracking becomes standard in the petroleum distribution industry,” said Graham Binstead, transport manager for Linton Fuel Oils. “With the new system in place, we can deliver enhanced service ahead of the curve, while having access to the numerous savings afforded by vehicle tracking.

“In this industry, reliability is paramount. We were impressed with Navman Wireless’ focus on service provision, in addition to their strong emphasis on research and development – it appears our businesses both rely on refined products.”

Navman Wireless’ system will cover the entire fleet of 44 vehicles, predominantly comprising of tankers, which deliver petroleum products to customers UK wide.

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