The Safety MAN Road Safety Truck includes GPS fleet tracking technology from Teletrac Navman
Teletrac Navman reaches milestone – 100,000 vehicles tracked across ANZ
Puppies, pizza and pines – just a few of the items carried in the 100,000 assets Teletrac Navman tracks across New Zealand and Australia.
WEB EXCLUSIVEThe milestone marks another achievement for the global fleet and asset management solutions provider, whose beginnings trace back to Auckland in 1986. “We work with thousands of companies across Aotearoa, from grassroots family businesses to large multinational operators in transport, construction and professional services, and we are thrilled to reach this milestone,” says Ian Daniel, Teletrac Navman vice president and managing director, Asia Pacific.
“We track everything from powerful freight trucks to SPCA Auckland’s rescue vans, and nippy Domino’s Pizza delivery vehicles to tradies’ tool-laden utes. Our heritage is rooted in New Zealand and we proudly partner with our Kiwi customers to leverage technology to increase productivity and profitability of their businesses,” he adds.
Industry initiatives and researchTeletrac Navman continues to support its customers through numerous industry initiatives and research to advance telematics technology. It recently installed its GPS fleet tracking technology in the Safety MAN Road Safety Truck. This much-needed initiative, led by the NZ Trucking Association, was launched in response to the harrowing rise of vehicle crashes on the alternative inland route from Christchurch to Picton following the closure of SH1.
Teletrac Navman has also joined forces with Civil Contractors NZ to conduct a survey into the New Zealand construction industry, the results of which highlight the many constraints and opportunities that the industry is facing.
The company is also a longstanding platinum partner of the NZ Master Plumbers, Gasfitters & Drainlayers Association.
Teletrac Navman employs about 100 people in New Zealand, including Auckland-based members of its global research and development team. Vehicles in New Zealand and Australia represent around one-fifth of the 550,000 vehicles and assets that Teletrac Navman tracks and manages worldwide.