Think about how much money your company spends on diesel fuel and how little it spends with diesel fuel invoice audits.
Aqua America is one of the largest publically traded water companies in the country. They have operations in more than a dozen states buying diesel fuel with their fuel card and using bulk tanks for on-highway and off-highway use.
A Mid-Atlantic Region Port operation was struggling with the high cost of diesel fuel pricing and paying for fleet fuel daily based on daily delivery slips instead of fuel management systems.
The American Automotive Association (AAA) of Mid Atlantic was facing increased diesel fuel costs and a lack of controls on their fuel spends.
Cardinal Health, Fortune 20, wanted to reduce their diesel fuel prices and improve their fuel information. They had been purchasing all of their diesel fuel at a large national truck leasing company. While they were being charged fairly competitive diesel fuel prices from the leasing company, Cardinal thought they could reduce out of route miles, save time and improve their fuel savings by going to truck stops.
Horizon Services a leading national home service provider with a fleet of 300 vehicles was having issues with drivers over idling.
When the countries 2nd largest Wine & Spirits Company realized their specialty was on-time distribution of wine and spirits and not fuel management they called Sokolis Group. Guy Griffith, VP of Operations said, “Our managers are so busy with day to day activities that the purchase of fuel is understandably not the top priority to us.”
When you’re a fleet manager with more than a couple of locations, sometimes it’s difficult to track all moving parts in the field. If you have over 100 locations like SRS, it becomes increasing difficult.
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