Earthwave Technologies Welcomes New Customer, GS Holdings

Earthwave Technologies would like to recognize and thank our new customer, GS Holdingsfor selecting Fleetwatcher to help them manage their equipment, projects, and bottom-line objectives for 2014 and beyond.

Fleetwatcher will be helping GS Holdings with their off-road fleet.

For further information on Earthwave Technologies' Fleetwatcher and the benefits it can deliver to fleets both on-road and off, please contact Larry Baker at 317-218-6102 or email to larry.baker@earthwavetech.com

Topics: Earthwave Technologies

Earthwave Welcomes New Customer, Kokosing Construction

Earthwave Technologies would like to recognize and thank our new customer, Kokosing Construction, for selecting Fleetwatcher’s Wireless Construction Management System.

A team headed by Rob VanGorder, Senior Vice President, selected Fleetwatcher to track their asphalt delivery fleet of third party haulers, paving and milling equipment. Factoring into their decision was the ability reduce overtrucking on jobs and the associated costs, improve availability and utilization of trucks and to improve on jobsite safety. 

If you would like more information on why Kokosing and other area contractors including The Shelly Company, Shelly and Sands, Karvo Paving and Yager Materials, among others, have implemented Fleetwatcher’s wireless tracking system for heavy equipment contractors, please call Larry Baker at 317-218-6102 or email to larry.baker@earthwavetech.com.
Topics: Load Cycle Analysis Paving Operations

Earthwave Technologies Welcomes New Customer, Joslin Construction

Earthwave Technologies would like to recognize and thank our new customer, Joslin Construction, for selecting Fleetwatcher’s Wireless Construction Management System.

The ownership and management team including Ray and Curt Joslin; Shaun Dean, CFO; Rick Taylor, Operations Manager; and Cedric Foster, Equipment Operations Manager unanimously selected Fleetwatcher for their entire fleet of off-road heavy equipment as well as their on-road medium and heavy duty trucks. Factoring into their decision was the ability to monitor and improve operator and jobsite productivity, reduce excessive idle and associated fuel costs, improve equipment utilization and reduce rental expense,  improve preventative maintenance scheduling, and improve on equipment and job costing and estimating.

Topics: reducing fuel costs