The City of Terrebonne placed a second order worth over $50,000 with Coencorp to upgrade and fully automate the fuel operations of its police fleet, which consists of more than 100 units.
Located northeast of Montreal, Quebec with a population of 120,000, Terrebonne has been a Coencorp client since 2010 for their municipal public works fleet and facility.
“It is a testament to our business, quality of service, and technology when a client of 12 years upgrades their fuel management system to a fully automated solution,” says Ali Tavassoli, CEO of Coencorp. “Coencorp’s SM2-FUEL technology enables organizations to implement a basic fuel management system and subsequently upgrade to fully automated solutions as needs evolve or when resources become available.”
The vehicle data units (VDUs) and other equipment will be installed on the vehicles and equipment over the coming months. Coencorp will also provide ongoing support to the staff at the City of Terrebonne to ensure the smooth integration of the SM2-FUEL fully automated fuel management technology. Given today’s volatile fuel prices, it’s quite opportune that the city is poised to manage its fuel use even better, as well as automatically collect data to help reduce the fleet’s fuel consumption.