Ryder looks to help manage fuelling needs in waste segment

HOUSTON, Texas — Ryder Fuel Systems says it can help refuse fleets improve their fuelling processes and reduce costs.

The company has produced a new white paper, Automated Fuel Management Services Deliver Results and Profitability in the Waste Industry, to address fuelling challenges common to waste haulers.

“Centralizing the capture and storage of key fuelling site information through automated processes ensures the end-user creates and maintains consistent site operations,” said Pete Cochefski, director of sales and marketing for Ryder Fuel Services. “We believe the convenience and flexibility of a modern fuel management system that delivers maximized operating efficiencies and site profitability are the immediate benefits that can be realized by a waste management fleet.”

Ryder Fuel Services says its automated fuel management system can provide waste operations with an end-to-end fuel management solution. It is a fully integrated service that covers compliance, remote monitoring and management of alarms, service and fuel needs.

Highlights include:

  • Centralized management of the fueling operation
  • Accurate, reliable tracking of fuel
  • Elimination of manual record keeping
  • Improved fuel tracking for tax purposes
  • Easy allocation of fuel expenses
  • Elimination of fuel theft
  • Improved driver accountability

The white paper can be found here.

Ryder Fuel Services says it can help waste haulers manage their fuelling requirements.
Ryder Fuel Services says it can help waste haulers manage their fuelling requirements.


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