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Brookshire Grocery Implements New Fleet Mgmt. Software

November 12, 2009

MINNEAPOLIS - Brookshire Grocery Company will roll out XATANET fleet operations software platform and services for its fleet of more than 75 vehicles by the end of this month, according to XATA.  

The company is using the software 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.

Brookshire Grocery operates more than 150 supermarkets in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi. The company focuses on customer service and produces a variety of food products for its stores, which include Brookshire's Food, Super 1 Food, Ole Foods and ALPS (Always Low Price Store).

"With XATANET, we have a fleet operations solution that can expand as we need it," said Scott Reilly, vice president of logistics, Brookshire Grocery Company. "Brookshire's is proud of its high level of customer service and customer satisfaction, and XATANET will help us maintain this level of service by alerting us with delivery status in real-time."


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