Nov 12, 2009 10:00 AM
Serving customers in four states, Brookshire Grocery Company operates more than 150 supermarkets in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Mississippi. The company produces a variety of food products for its stores, which include Brookshire’s Food, Super 1 Food, Olé Foods, and ALPS (Always Low Price Store).
“We really like how XATA is evolving its fleet optimization technology,” said Scott Reilly, vice-president of logistics, Brookshire Grocery Company. “With XATANET, we have a fleet operations solution that can expand as we need it.”
Brookshire’s is using XATANET to monitor and manage the performance of its fleets, including delivery details and driver behavior, such as speeding, excessive idling, and hours-of-service (HOS) compliance.
Minneapolis MN-based XATA introduced electronic driver logs and exception-based management reporting with automatic fleet information updates to the trucking industry.
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