FUEL EFFICIENCY MEANS SAFETY
WE LOOK AT A FEW DIFFERENT PATHS TO FUEL SAVING AND EFFICIENCY. AS A NUMBER OF OPERATORS ARE FINDING, WHAT STARTED AS AN EXERCISE IN FUEL EFFICIENCIES IS HAVING A NUMBER OF OTHER POSITIVE OUTCOMES.
A NUMBER OF OPERATORS ARE TURNING TO GPS-BASED TELEMATICS SYSTEMS TO TRY AND KEEP THEIR FUEL COSTS DOWN AND – MORE IMPORTANTLY – IMPROVE THE SAFETY OF DRIVERS AND PASSENGERS
When Bernard Pavlovich of Pavlovich Coachlines first started looking at a GPS system that monitored his drivers, he initially thought it was all about fuel saving and nding speeding drivers, but he soon discovered it was more than that. “ere was subtle shi to the realisation that it was not about that, it was about customers sitting on buses. At that point the whole thing changed."
September 2013 saw Pavlovich contracted by The New Zealand Defence Force, to provide coach transport to the Pacific Armies Chiefs Conference and Pacific Armies Management Seminar.
This was a demanding and rigid event, requiring a number of key initiatives:
The event was an outstanding success.
A measure of our clients satisfaction can be viewed here:
New Zealand Defence Force testimonial
In building a successful business, our suppliers are crucial in providing us with the ability to ensure we can deliver the best choices to our customers. Scania and Pavlovich, have built a relationship since 1972, this relationship is supported in New Zealand by their agents, Cable Price. Read this article, released in their customer magazine in June 2012.