Healthy AirIQ adds to product line

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TORONTO, Ont. — Mobile resource management company, AirIQ, has released a new product line along with some good news about its financial well-being.

The company boasted a 122 per cent revenue growth over the second quarter for the three months ending June 30. Revenue over the period was more than double that of the same period last year.

"Our steady progress continues to meet management’s expectations," says Donald Simmonds, president and chief executive officer of AirIQ. "We continue to increase our revenues at an impressive pace by delivering high value services that help our clients operate more profitably. Our clients have told us that in today’s tough business climate, every possible advantage is critical to their operations. AirIQ is one of those clear advantages for them."

To build on the momentum, the company has released its latest offering a product for flat deck trailers, as well as three new services: Stationary Status; Get GPS Mileage; and Engine Idling Alert.

"With the addition of AirIQ for flat decks and our new services, we have once again responded to the needs of our clients," says Miguel Gonsalves, vice-president of marketing. "Most of our commercial transport clients have multiple types of moving assets. The company now provides fleet management solutions for all of the primary types of commercial transport vehicles and our new services continue to help our customers operate more efficiently."

For more information about the company’s latest offerings, visit its Web site at

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