Case Studies

Empowering drivers through mobile technology

Having identified the need to engage and empower drivers, Bidvest Logistics invested in mobile technology to connect drivers to the wider organisation. The company have deployed the Microlise DriveTab ruggedised tablet device, designed specifically for the needs of the transport industry. Take a look at this case study to learn more…

Driving Efficiencies Through Innovation

Maritime Transport Ltd, one of the UK’s largest privately-owned container transport and distribution operators, investment in telematics in 2012. After identifying and tackling areas where return on investment could readily be made, Maritime has continued to invest and innovate in terms of how the telematics solution in place is used within the operation. Watch the video to learn more, . . .

Powering MAN Trucknology

MAN Truck & Bus UK partnered with Microlise in 2008, after an extensive search for a long-term telematics partner. The UK operation, run from its Swindon headquarters, was looking to offer a MAN telematics solution to its customers that would deliver additional return on investment in the form of driver and vehicle performance information. Watch the . . .

Nationwide Platforms drive utilisation, safety & performance

In order to improve fleet utilisation, whilst increasing safety and driver performance, Nationwide Platforms were looking for a telematics provider that would understand the issues faced by the business. Agility was a key issue, with customers demanding access to products at short-notice. Achieving a reduction in operating costs was also important, with the ability to . . .

Microlise work with NFT

NFT has been at the forefront of chilled food & drink logistics since the company was established over three decades ago. With 450 tractor units and over 600 trailers, NFT deliver around 120,000 chilled pallets per week to supermarkets in the UK. A majority of chilled produce is delivered by NFT within a 12 hour . . .

Brit European Embarks on a bold strategy

In 2011, transport operator Brit European embarked on an ambitious strategy to tackle the post recession market. Rather than scale back, the company launched its Environmental Efficiency Project – a bold plan to use equipment design, aerodynamics, technology and staff training to reduce its environmental impact and increase operational efficiency. Since then they have also . . .