Trimble teams up with PACCAR

Trimble teams up with PACCAR

PACCAR Leasing Company (PacLease) has rolled out Trimble’s Truck4U telematics system across its new truck rental and leasing fleet in Australia.

PacLease launched its Australian Truck Rental and Leasing Services division earlier this year and has deployed Truck4U, enabling rental and lease customers to better monitor and manage their operation with access to accurate, real-time information.

Truck4U is a fixed on-board unit that provides real-time fleet management capabilities such as vehicle tracking, engine management and vehicle performance.

PacLease’s rental and leasing customers will now have the ability to add optional Trimble fleet tools—such as real-time Over-the-Air (OTA) track & trace, CAN-based Fleet Management System (FMS) data and driving style analysis, and sensor monitoring — designed to improve driver safety, lower running costs and better manage assets.

“… partnering with PacLease Australia to deliver our telematics platform to its customers [means] providing them with increased fleet visibility and efficiency,” said  Michel Van Maercke, general manager, Trimble’s Transport and Logistics Division, Asia Pacific and EMEA.

“PACCAR Leasing is at the forefront of the global transport industry and collaborating with Trimble reaffirms our commitment to investing in innovative solutions that help us provide our customers with a superior full-service offering that meets their specific transport needs,” said Olen Hunter, director, PacLease Australia.

Trimble launched Truck4U onto the Australian market in May 2015. www.trimbletl.com/board-technology/truck4u.

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