RAM Tracking has provided multiple benefits to courier and delivery based businesses over the years. Our vehicle trackers are well suited for businesses that need to stay on top of their fleet management and require real-time location data to help support customer service.
If you manage or own a courier or delivery business in the UK, installing RAM Tracking devices could help revolutionise the way you manage your fleet and save you thousands from low productivity. The business benefits for installing a vehicle tracker include;
Dashboards allows users to log in and track their fleet from any location. This functionality is useful for providing real-time monitoring.
Live telematics data provides accurate estimated time of arrival. Helping our customers to accurately project where their vehicles are.
Avoid unnecessary HMRC fines by monitoring vehicle usage and ensuring all fuel claimed is being properly used.
Ensure drivers are responsible and within the legal speed limit. Alerts notify fleet managers if drivers exceed the speed limit.
Established in 2014, Cumbria Blood Bikes is a volunteer-based charity that acts as a courier service to the National Health Service. Often transporting urgent medical packages such as plasma or blood for transfusions, Blood Bikes needed a vehicle tracking system they could rely on to not just manage their fleet but boost their duty of care processes.
Often facing the rigours of North West weather, Blood Bikes drivers often struggled to provide their location to HQ by calling or texting. Delays to delivery were obviously crucial to avoid so Blood Bikes contacted RAM Tracking to make use of our real-time, discreet and award-winning vehicle trackers.
“Before RAM Tracking they spent time calling the drivers to check their whereabouts. Live tracking stops this altogether, there’s no need to pro-actively call the driver anymore helping them to concentrate on the courier service we provide.”
To find out more how we helped Cumbria Blood Bikes and improve their courier service, read our courier vehicle tracking case study.
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