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Dunkin’ Donuts Selects AirIQ to Manage Its Fleet

September 28, 2001

Dunkin’ Donuts’ distribution arm has selected AirIQ Inc., a wireless application service provider specializing in mobile asset management solutions, to protect and manage its fleet of distribution vehicles in the southeastern United States.“Hundreds of Dunkin’ Donut franchisees and millions of their customers count on the Southeastern Distribution Center to deliver product in fresh condition,” said Donald Simmonds, president and CEO of AirIQ. “By combining AirIQ with their efficient operation, Dunkin’ Donuts will realize increased levels of service and enhance their ability to deliver perishable goods safely.”
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