Chevin adds to its Canadian customer base

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FITCHBURG, Mass. — Chevin Fleet Solutions continues to prosper in North America and recently increased their Canadian client base with the addition of Township Transit Services in Abbotsford, B.C.

Township Transit Services delivers fixed route and Paratransit services under contract to BC Transit, the Canadian Province’s exclusive transit management authority and have chosen Chevin’s RoadBASE system to manage their fleet of vehicles.

RoadBASE is Chevin Fleet Solutions’ long established Windows-based fleet management solution that is a popular choice among small and medium sized fleet operations that want a flexible and user-friendly system. It has been on the UK market for the last 15 years and was launched into the North American market in 2002 when Chevin Fleet Solutions, LLC established an office in Massachusetts.

With the implementation of RoadBASE, Township Transit immediately benefits from it’s flexible capabilities including comprehensive maintenance planning and scheduling, complete work order and inventory management, as well as accident, driver and real time fuel management. With the addition of fully integrated touch screen and bar-coding capabilities, Township Transit gains dramatic efficiencies in information accuracy and technician productivity. Furthermore, by extending RoadBASE’s capabilities to directly interface with BC Transit’s proprietary E-Billing system, the organization will dramatically streamline and simplify their monthly billing.

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