Posted: Monday 20th December 2010

Thames Water has extended its vehicle tracking contract with Ctrack. Under the deal, Thames Water will utilise Ctrack’s advanced tracking technology on more than 1,400 vans operated by the company’s service engineers for a further two years.

Thames Water appointed Ctrack in 2004 to develop a telematics-based vehicle tracking and fleet management system that would support the company’s ongoing efficiency programme through the optimisation of its fleet operation. The solution was designed to allow Thames Water to increase productivity, reduce overheads and achieve tangible operating efficiencies.

Michelle Nasr, Fleet & Transport Manager at Thames Water commented: “The results we have achieved to date have been extremely positive and we are pleased to continue working with Ctrack. We will be looking for even greater improvements in terms of operational benefits with the Ctrack system continuing to form an essential aspect of our overall efficiency programme.”

Tom O’Connor, Managing Director of Ctrack Ltd said: “We are delighted that Thames Water has chosen to renew its contract and continue to work in partnership with Ctrack. This latest agreement underlines the value our tracking solution can provide to fleet operator, and we are committed to delivering further benefits in the future.”

Ctrack uses proven real-time vehicle tracking technology to provide vital information about mobile assets and workforce, offering a scaleable mobile solution that meets the complex needs of car, van and commercial vehicle fleet operators. Suitable for fleets of all sizes, the system can deliver real operational and business benefits to fleets by reducing fuel consumption; validating overtime claims; eliminating unauthorised out-of-hours vehicle use; achieving more jobs per employee; enhancing service levels; and increasing protection against vehicle theft.

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