RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Aperia Technologies and Velociti have paired up to deploy the former’s new Halo Tire Inflator, a self-powered, bolt-on tire inflation system.
Under the agreement, Aperia will make Velociti’s project management and deployment services available to its customers for the installation of Halo devices.
“We place a premium on our customers’ experience,” said Josh Carter, CEO and co-founder of Aperia. “With Velociti, we found a partner for deployment and project management services that has the same customer service mindset. While it only takes minutes to install Halo, the successful coordination and management of a fleet deployment can enhance and accelerate the ROI for our customers.”
The Halo can be installed on drive and trailer axles. It uses the wheel’s inertia to generate the power necessary to keep tires inflated to their intended pressures. To simplify installation for fleets, the company is working with Velociti, which specializes in deploying technologies across fleets.
“Even the simplest of installations requires project management and deployment services,” said Deryk Powell, president of Velociti. “Even when an installation is easy and technicians have the skills to do the work effectively, managing the project is time consuming and using internal resources impacts shop productivity. By leveraging the capabilities and experience of our deployment services, Aperia’s customers will generate cost savings and a faster return on investment.”
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