Cento Engineering, a supplier of access equipment, has invested in Tracker telematics to help improve fleet efficiency, driver behaviour and enhance customer relations.
Cento provides façade access equipment for projects across the UK and Ireland, and has been servicing the construction industry since 1995. Through Tracker, Cento aim to significantly improve its fleet security, productivity and efficiency, helping to reduce fleet mileage, operational costs and fuel consumption and improve customer service.
“Our fleet vehicles bear the Cento brand, so it’s essential that our drivers are ambassadors out on the road,” explains Collette Murphy, commercial manager.
“Tracker’s cutting edge fleet telematics offers us up-to-date and accurate data on driver behaviour. This allows us to highlight areas for improvement and offer our drivers appropriate training and advice, as an essential part of our brand management. In addition, we can quickly identify mobile and stationary vehicles, allowing us to update customers on a delivery, strengthening our service offering.
“We are also benefitting from unrivalled support from the Tracker team, ensuring we get the best out of the telematics units from day one. Face-to-face training has been invaluable and has already helped us to identify areas where we can enhance the efficiency of our fleet and therefore, the business as a whole. Our partnership with Tracker puts us firmly in control of our fleet, ensuring Cento maintains its market-leading position across the UK construction industry.”
Stephen Doran, managing director of Tracker, said: “We are working closely with Cento to deliver a telematics solutions tailored to its specific needs. The team is already reaping the benefits of the enhanced level of data the Tracker system provides, allowing Cento to manage its fleet more efficiently as it moves across the UK and Ireland. In a competitive marketplace, fleet telematics help businesses like Cento make positive changes to the way they work, to keep them one step ahead.”