Jean-Paul Deveau General Manager CMS SupaTrak France has been working with Eurovoirie (a Terberg RosRoca Group company) developing a factory-fitted telematics solution that will allow them to remotely manage vehicle and body diagnostics.
Eurovoirie Connect reduces vehicle downtime and will improve first time fix rates. Eurovoirie’s customers will benefit from the system as it allows them to simply switch on further services, such as tracking, driver behaviour and rounds monitoring, without the need to install any further hardware in the vehicle.
Pictured here is our Business Development Director John Lancaster handing over his treasured road bike to Chris Magill, who won the bike in the CMS Alder Hey fundraising raffle.
When John completed the recent Kent to Ghent cycle team challenge along with seveal of his CMS colleagues, he promised to raffle his bike to raise even more funds for Alder Hey hospital.
Anyone who donated £10 or more had a a chance of winning the Cannondale Carbon road bike which is worth around £1500.
When Dave Nicholls from the Dennis Eagle service team contacted us to track his Coast2Coast charity cycle ride we were delighted to help. Using our stand-alone tracking devices installed on each bike, users were able to login and see the progress of each rider in real time.
Dave was delighted with our support and said the tracking was popular with the riders’ families. Dave said: “We would like to thank CMS for tracking our Coast2Coast ride last week.
Great to see the Dennis Eagle’s Urban Safety Vehicle at the PACTS Safer Vehicles 2016 conference. Incorporating CMS telemetry, Dennis Connect is factory installed on all new vehicles helping them to manage remote diagnostics and supply their customers with cost effective telemetics solutions.
CMS SupaTrak are proud to support Lawrence Dallaglio on his Cycle Slam allowing anyone to track his progress using our self-powered tracking devices. Follow his progress at www.dallagliocycleslam.com/index.php/tracking/live-location.
We’re at the TIP-ex show in Harrogate until Saturday.
Good to see so many of our customers’ vehicles here and to catch up with partners and customers.
Do pop along to our stand to share your pain on our Wall of Pain. You could win a magnum of champagne!
Thank you to everyone who sponsored our amazing cycle team who took on the Kent to Ghent cycle challenge. So far, thanks to this event, more than £32,000 has been raised for good causes, including more than £4000 for Alder Hey hospital, CMS’s chosen charity.
Our seven-strong team of Jason Airey, John Lancaster, Damien Penman, Gary Laver, Phil Chaplin, Richard Marsh and Geert Vloedgraven joined with around 30 of our colleagues and business partners from across the UK’s waste and transport industry to tackle the 160-mile challenge.
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport and the London Borough of Redbridge will be holding their sixth annual compliance event on Wednesday 17th February 2016 at Ilford, East London, with the keynote speaker yet to be confirmed.
The show features a line-up of revered industry speakers who will be addressing current and future compliance challenges that are faced by fleet managers, whether it be freight, passenger, vans and/or Grey Fleet vehicles.
The Redbridge Transport Show event will conclude after a tour of the Council’s ATF workshops and a buffet lunch;