Veltec has been acquired by Trimble, a U.S.-based technology provider. Trimble products are used in over 150 countries in a broad range of industries, including agriculture, construction, geospatial and transportation and logistics.
Trimble and Veltec will collaborate to deliver solutions that advance the safety and efficiency of transportation everywhere.
According to DPVAT, in Brazil within only 1 year, around 42,500 people lost their lives to traffic accidents and 595,000 others were seriously injured in traffic in Brazil. Yet, 90% of these incidents are caused by human error, i.e. negligence or lack of attention.
Our fleet managers have already embraced this cause and are helping preserve thousands of lives. Your company can also join this movement by adopting technologies that monitor the driver and inhibit risky behaviors in real time.
According to the Accident Analysis portal the estimated cost with traffic accidents only in Brazil is 60 billion dollars per year. In addition, fuel waste for inappropriate driving represents an unnecessary burning of up to 6 billion liters of diesel per year.
We know that changing habits and opting for efficient solutions is ideal for your company and, especially, to make the world a better place.
Thousands of dollars wasted, every month, stuck with vehicles that also do not move. The reasons are many: stops for early servicing, inefficient allocations or private and inappropriate use, factors that bloat up the fleet and lead to high operational costs.
Keeping the fleet optimized and balanced in size and demand is an art form. Veltec can lend a hand to enhance your artistic self!
Veltec is the main supplier of on board technologies for monitoring of vehicles with a focus on accident prevention and reduction of fleet operating costs.
With little more than a decade, Veltec has already won the trust of more than 1,000 companies around the country, including several of the largest business groups in Brazil, such as: Ambev, JBS, Gerdau, Raízen, Bunge - all among the 15 largest companies in the country.