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Navman Wireless secure contract with Dwr Cymru Welsh Water

Dwr Cymru Welsh Water has chosen Navman Wireless as its vehicle tracking provider as part of its continuing work to improve customer service and employee safety.

With a fleet of over 1200 vehicles Welsh Water will also aim to improve utilisation, increase efficiency as well as reduce fuel spend.

Mark Johnson, head of transport for Welsh Water commented “Throughout the tender process we were impressed with Navman Wireless’ proven track record of delivering reliable and robust solutions and commitment to finding innovative answers to problems faced.

“We were also impressed with their ability to integrate with our existing software, Map Mechanics.”
Steve Blackburn, (pictured) European vice president for Navman Wireless, added: “We are delighted to be a part of Welsh Water’s commitment to employee safety and we are confident that we can provide the first class service that such a large organisation comes to expect.”


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