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‘Shell Telematics’ will be launched by Shell Pakistan and TPL Trakker

Shell Pakistan Limited has partnered with TPL Trakker Limited to create Shell Telematics, Pakistan’s first all-in-one fleet management solution for business clients.

A customer’s Shell Fleet Card will be linked to the TPL Trakker in their vehicle as part of this cooperation, resulting in a full picture of fleet performance and driver efficiency. Customers will be able to compare month-to-month fuel consumption, distance travelled, and mileage for each vehicle on a single platform, allowing them to spot inefficiencies and underperformance. This will eliminate the need for manual reconciliations from various sources.

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Shell Telematics can assist clients in identifying possibly fraudulent transactions by providing a set of unique quick notifications, such as a location mismatch alert. Customers may schedule reminders for car maintenance tasks to save wear and tear, as well as track driver safety infractions and deduct penalty points for dangerous driving.

Shell Telematics was developed to assist our broad client base operate more efficiently and easily, regardless of the nature of their sector,” said Talha Shabih, Head of Shell Fleet Solutions in Pakistan, during the opening event. We’re ecstatic to be working with TPL Trakker Limited to expand our product offering by helping our clients to get the most out of their fleets while also increasing insight into their operations.”

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Shell Telematics was developed to assist our broad client base operate more efficiently and easily, regardless of the nature of their sector,” said Talha Shabih, Head of Shell Fleet Solutions in Pakistan, during the opening event. We’re ecstatic to be working with TPL Trakker Limited to expand our product offering by helping our clients to get the most out of their fleets while also increasing insight into their operations.”

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