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Howard Tenens Will be Working With TruTAc & CMS Supatrak

Howard Tenens Will be Working With TruTAc & CMS Supatrak

One of the leading logistics companies have announced that they will be investing in the most up to date compliance tools and technology in order to help and support their company going forward. Howard Tenens has released the news that they will be working with TruTac and CMS Supatrak in order to make the most of a series of programme upgrades in order to focus on the improving driver and vehicle management systems in order to make them more efficient.

The upgrades that are being adopted by Howard Tenens include the combined remote vehicle downloading and telematics systems that would allow for immediate analysis of the tacho data for the vehicle and the driver. These remote managing systems are supposed to offer more control over agency drivers and increase the level of compliance shown by drivers and the vehicles.

The National Fleet & Compliance Manager Richard Philpotts feel that using the TruTac and CMS systems lead to the availability of the real-time information in order to make sure that no individual cases are overlooked. These new systems will be particularly useful for tracking the compliance of agency vehicles and drivers. Now as part of the new system, Howard Tenens will be able to look closely at the specific drivers and up to date tachograph information in order to monitor the performance of the driver and pinpoint any infringements and reduce the potential risks.

The use of a remote operations management allows for the logistics specialist to carry out optimum vehicle routing and also track down any missing miles. This will allow the company to operate more efficiently and the remote monitoring will also ensure that the driver behaviour is monitored and could be improved, leading to a reduction in the amount of accidents. Both CMS and TruTac worked closely with Howard Tenens in order to offer the best management system for the company.

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