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GE Capital to Offer Vehicle Management Technology

January 15, 2002

GE Capital Fleet Services entered into an agreement with Minorplanet Systems USA Limited to market and sell the company’s Vehicle Management Information (VMI).The VMI technology helps maximize the productivity and profit of companies operating service vehicle fleets. It provides reporting regarding the location of vehicles, the routes they have taken, time spent at each location, the speed and distance traveled, and time worked by service technicians. In addition, the technology provides exception-based reporting capabilities regarding excessive speed, excessive idle time, traveling to prohibited locations, and unscheduled stops.
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