Tank monitors are meant to take away the uncertainty of asking yourself, “How much will I deliver to this tank today?” Better put, tank monitors put an end to the challenge of relying on questionable K-factor consumption calculations. If you know how much you will deliver to a particular tank, you can achieve the two most important improvements imaginable: increased delivery size and optimal fleet management.
Most fuel marketers still rely heavily on K-Factors to predict, prioritize and route their deliveries. This method of calculating next delivery based upon a mathematical formula has allowed fuel marketers to operate as efficiently as possible. But are K-factors really the most efficient option?
How a Tank Monitor Can Help You Exceed Your Business Goals The Summer season is the perfect time to audit your customer data, conduct equipment maintenance, set your budgets for the upcoming seasons, and fit in a vacation. It’s also a great time to assess how technology can help you become more efficient.Tank monitoring technology…
If your drivers are making the right number of deliveries per day & they're working the right number of hours per day, & you're dispatching to optimize based on the data you have, your trucks should come back close to empty. But they aren’t!
It might come as news that on average, 70% of all dealer operating expenses are directly related to fuel delivery. These expenses include trucks (and everything needed keep them running) as well as Dispatch and Delivery personnel (and all their associated costs). Tank Monitor -- you’ve heard about them, you may have tested a few and may even have decided it’s time to start investing in monitors to improve efficiency, but where do you start?