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OEM DD Launches GSE Service Tracker

May 24, 2007 - Press Release

OEM Data Delivery (OEM DD) recently introduced the GSE Service Tracker, radio-frequency technology that tracks and transmits detailed information on dispensed fuel, equipment utilization and equipment maintenance tasks, for use in reporting, purchasing and decision-making. GSE Service Tracker tracks location, the equipment in service, date/time, work classification and service tasks performed on passenger bridges and lifts, catering trucks, baggage handling systems and fuel trucks. A wireless and paperless service, alerts are tracked continuously via an on-site tower. The tower interfaces with a PDA data collector, or computer. Managers receive detailed reports that facilitate best-possible allocation of resources– and fastest return-on-investment for high-value equipment and vehicles. For more information, call (203) 929-8431 or visit
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