Following the initial implementation of Connexas Group’s high-definition, multi-camera solution across its fleet in April 2018, Lincolnshire-based haulier, MS Wayman & Sons has successfully migrated to the ‘all-in-one’ Verilocation telematics system.
Established in 1956, MS Wayman & Sons is a family-run company operating a fleet of 20 HGVs from its base in Spalding, Lincolnshire. The fleet specialises in agricultural haulage, transporting food stuffs such as potatoes and sugar beet, as well as all types of palletised goods.
Nicola Wayman, Company Secretary at MS Wayman & Sons, commented:
“After being impressed by the ease of use and quality of the Verilocation camera system, we wanted to learn more about the benefits of vehicle tracking and monitoring systems, specifically the remote tachograph download and driver behaviour monitoring solutions. The ability to operate through a single platform really appealed to us and it was an easy decision to deploy the technology across our entire fleet.
Unlike our previous camera system, Verilocation’s 24/7 live-streaming cameras allow us to monitor our fleet from any device, at any time, ensuring a high-level of security. This feature is particularly valued by our drivers as they can be away from the depot for extended periods of time.”
Andrew Overton, CEO of Connexas, said: “Today’s fleet operators need total visibility when drivers are out on the road and a fully-integrated telematics and camera system, which can be tailored to their specific needs, is the ideal solution.
“By investing further in our connected vehicle technology, MS Wayman & Sons can expect to benefit from increased visibility, improved efficiency and lower insurance premiums over time.”