With 150 vehicles delivering produce in 14 states, Indianapolis Fruit needed a way to lessen the pain at the pump when gas prices skyrocketed earlier this year. By deploying GPS fleet tracking technology, the company not only trimmed its fuel expenses but also realized other benefits - including generating new business by using the system's route analysis to help fill gaps in the delivery schedule.
Studies have shown that fleet tracking reduces fuel consumption 12-15%. When gas costs over $4/gallon, that's a savings of at least 60 cents per gallon.
To learn more about Indianapolis Fruit's experience, read the article in CNNMoney.