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2012-08-14 23:01:46

For improved GPS fleet tracking services, TrackNet is launching the new VT-300 from NexTraq. New Orlean, LA (PRWEB) August 14, 2012 TrackNet is launching the newest truck tracking systems from NexTraq. The VT-300 features an improved design that makes it a smaller, more flexible GPS fleet tracking solution for commercial business. Fleet management services help businesses maintain the best possible communication with their employees and company vehicles. With a higher demand for fuel...

2012-07-25 23:00:39

Municipal Government implements GPS fleet tracking solution to automate its processes, improving departmental efficiencies while establishing environmental initiatives Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 25, 2012 NexTraq, the value leader of GPS fleet tracking and vehicle management solutions, announced today that its client, Baltimore County has eliminated unauthorized vehicle use while increasing its fleet´s efficiency and decreasing fuel costs with the NexTraq Fleet Tracking platform. It has...

2012-03-14 12:20:00

Full-service residential, commercial and industrial electrical company tracks fleet throughout large metro Detroit area Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 14, 2012 NexTraq, the value leader of GPS fleet tracking and vehicle management solutions, announced today that its client, Premium Electric Company saved revenue through validating time spent on the job for accurate client billing with the NexTraq Fleet Tracking platform. Additionally, with the Fleet Dispatch application, fleet productivity has...


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