If you’re doing your best to keep fuel costs and inventories under control but you’re still suffering from frustration and gravity-defying gas prices, implementing a formal fuel management system can be the smartest investment you’ve made in a long time. And you’ll be surprised at how quickly you can recoup your investment.
Unless you have a much bigger budget than most organizations, you can’t afford to waste money on inaccurate or spotty record keeping, unexplained fuel losses, fueling mistakes or unnecessary vehicle wear-and-tear. An effective system can help you get fuel management under control. And that’s not all.
A Fuel Management System Generates Broad Efficiencies
Incorporating this kind of system into a comprehensive operational efficiency program offers significant advantages. You’ll see immediate and long-term benefits such as increased productivity, more systematic vehicle maintenance that can improve fleet performance and lifespan, more accurate and more detailed data tracking.
A fuel management system can help you identify problems you might not otherwise see until it’s too late to avoid costly consequences. And the information you gather can reveal additional fuel-related opportunities to streamline and save.
You Can Protect Your Fuel Assets Like Never Before
Even if your fleet and fueling operations have to perform in difficult conditions, the right fuel management system can ensure things are always working properly and smoothly. Used in conjunction with the hands-free Automotive Information Module (AIM2) devices developed by Syn-Tech's FuelMaster, it can entirely eliminate theft or dispensing the wrong fuel. And it will alert you to possible vehicle maintenance needs before they get out of hand.
You Can Save Money
Tight control of your fuel inventory can do away with mistakes, waste and other losses. Reduced driver and other staff time spent on information-gathering or tracking down inconsistencies lowers labor costs, especially if you incorporate AIM2.
Best of all, a fuel management system is a budget-friendly investment, typically paying for itself sooner rather than later thanks to multiple savings opportunities.