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AmeriFleet Debuts Real-Time Tracking System

January 23, 2007

ALPHARETTA, GA – AmeriFleet Transportation has debuted its Real-Time Tracking system. The Real-Time Tracking system to provide clients with real-time information regarding the pick up, transport, and delivery of their fleet vehicles. Slated to roll-out mid-January, AmeriFleet will supply the new tracking program to DOT and CDL Service Delivery Professionals. The program will be operable system-wide and in the hands of the entire AmeriFleet driver network by the end of March 2007.Current protocol calls for service delivery professionals to pick up a vehicle, fill out a paper condition report, and submit paperwork via fax. The new system provides drivers with a hand-held device that allows them to instantaneously submit information electronically, resulting in transmission of this data on a real-time basis. Utilizing GPS software, the Real-Time Tracking system moves away from a standard industry practice of vehicle-centric tracking to focus on tracking exclusively via the driver.
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