Thomas Hardie launches Fuel Torque
Fuel Torque is a concept designed to help transport companies make dramatic savings on their fuel costs.
“The savings could be massive,” says John Parry, former Engineering Director DHL/Exel Supply Chain “and could have a major impact on a companies profitability”. “As an example, taking a 40-vehicle fleet currently averaging 8mpg, a 5% fuel saving could potentially add more than £90,000 to the bottom line of the business. Fuel Management should be a fundamental discipline of any transport operation”.
Thomas Hardie Commercials would supply the resource to the customer, analysing the transport operation, vehicles and drivers over a pre-determined period of time.
With Thomas Hardie’s “Fuel Torque,” a professional structured assistance in the analysis of the transport operation of the vehicles, in conjunction with driver development is provided. The customer will benefit from substantial savings in fuel as well as having a major impact on the environment by reducing carbon dioxide emissions.
Fuel Torque is being launched at the first of Thomas Hardies Environmental Seminars to be held in March 2008.
For further information please contact John Morkin at the Thomas Hardie Academy of Driver Training and Development 01942 505173.