Ryder looking to help concrete fleets manage fuelling requirements

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HOUSTON, Texas — Ryder Fuel Services has published a new white paper that examines how the company can help concrete mixer fleets better manage their fuelling requirements.

Automated Fuel Management Services Deliver Results and Profitability to the Concrete Industry was published to address challenges mixer fleets face in tracking their fuel consumption and inventory monitoring.

The white paper outlines how a Ruder Fuel Services automated fuel management system can improve a concrete fleet’s bottom line.

“We believe the convenience and flexibility of a Ryder Fuel Services fuel management system delivers the increased operational efficiencies and additional site profitability that would immediately benefit a concrete operation,” said Pete Cochefski, director of sales and marketing for Ryder Fuel Services. “By centralizing the capture and storage of key fueling site information through automated processes ensures the end-user creates and maintains consistent site operations that positively impact the bottom line.”

The Ryder Fuel Services system is a fully-integrated service that includes compliance, remote monitoring, and the management of alarms, service and fuel needs. It offers: centralized management of the fuel operation; accurate, reliable tracking of fuel; elimination of manual record-keeping; easier allocation of fuel expenses; theft prevention; and improved driver accountability, according to the company.

You can download the white paper here.

Ryder says it can help concrete fleets improve their fuelling processes.
Ryder says it can help concrete fleets improve their fuelling processes.
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