Navman Wireless, New Zealand’s leading vehicle tracking and telematics provider, has partnered with EROAD to provide transport industry customers with electronic road user charge (ERUC) functionality.
This means fleet owners who currently use Navman Wireless technology to monitor the location and usage of their trucks will also be able to manage their road user charges as part of a single system.
“Our aim has consistently been to offer transport industry customers a comprehensive telematics-based solution,” says Ian Daniel, Vice President Navman Wireless Asia Pacific. “New Zealand transport operators are looking to streamline their business operations while capturing accurate information about their fleets.
“This agreement means they can now run a fleet management system with an integrated ERUC module, so they can to manage their vehicles using industry-leading hardware and software and, at the same meet regulatory requirements by accurately assessing and paying road user charges electronically.”
“EROAD has already gained the necessary Government approvals and international and local recognition for its innovative Ehubo and Eruc service. We believe that when combined with our existing vehicle track and fleet management technology this will be an appealing offering for transport companies,” says Ian.
Steven Newman, CEO EROAD, says, “We are delighted to partner with Navman Wireless to offer our Eruc solution to transport operators throughout New Zealand.”
The integrated Navman Wireless / EROAD offering will initially be available through TR Group’s subsidiary business Vehicle Tracking Solutions (VTS). VTS is the leading provider of the Navman Wireless vehicle telemetry system to transport operators.