Chevin signs fleet software deal with US-based Central Hudson Gas & Electric

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Follow @SamJermy and @SupplyChainD on Twitter.Chevin Fleet Solutions recently signed an agreement to provide its web based fleet management software to...

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Chevin Fleet Solutions recently signed an agreement to provide its web based fleet management software to US company Central Hudson Gas & Electric.


The electric and gas utility provider for the Hudson Valley, New York, will use Chevin’s FleetWave to manage its fleet of 900 assets across its operating regions and offices.


FleetWave will ultimately become Central Hudson Gas & Electric’s enterprise fleet management information system, integrating with their enterprise financial platform as well as multiple fuel management platforms.


Ron Katz, Senior Vice President of North American Sales, said: “We are really excited to work with Central Hudson Gas & Electric. Over the last few years, we’ve dramatically expanded our client base in the utility sector in the US and look forward to working with the Central Hudson team to support their immediate and ongoing needs.


“The need to gain real-time visibility over operating costs and maximize equipment utilization are the key motivators behind Chevin’s recent growth in this area, and FleetWave is proving to be highly effective in helping fleets to meet these important objectives.”


Chevin’s web-based enterprise fleet management information software, FleetWave is used to manage more than 800,000 vehicles around the world.  Recent contract signings in the utility sector in the US include Pike Electric, DC Water, Northeast Utilities, Washington Gas, Penn West, Henkels & McCoy, NESCO Equipment and more.


Chevin is a leading, global provider of dedicated fleet management software solutions. Our software is used in more than 120 countries worldwide to manage more than 800,000 vehicles with offices in the US, UK, Australia and Europe. We provide software solutions to the public sector, utility, construction and corporate sectors as well as governments and international aid operations of every size and type.


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