ENGINEERED EFFECTIVENESS AT THE SERVICE OF EFFICIENCY.
IS THE MANTRA BY WHICH GENESIS WORKS IN ITS DEDICATION.
Considering its tradition and importance, IAA Transportation surely represents the leading international forum for mobility. In fact, since its launch in 1897, has played a decisive role in the development of the vehicles.
Genesis will be there at the 2022 edition with @lago.accessori, ready to respond to the constantly changing demands made on future mobility with our range of products and solutions.
We are waiting for you at our stand: Hall 26 - Stand E18.
IAA TRANSPORTATION, Hannover (Germany), 20-25 September 2022
How much does fuel affect the costs of a transport company?
Fuel is a precious commodity and its economic value is constantly growing; for this, inefficiencies in its consumption involve serious losses in profitability and threaten the competitiveness of companies operating with vehicle fleets.
These inefficiencies can be caused by various reasons. The improper and not well-monitored fuel siphoning represents a grave issue but, thanks to cutting-edge technologies, the solutions offered by the GENESIS product range can help you make the difference.
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Genesis Kockòn offers a total, effective protection, contrary to what most other systems can guarantee.
Why is this an unprecedented protection and security tool?
Especially thanks to its complete absence of holes or slits of such dimensions as to allow the introduction of pipes, which could lead to the theft of fuel.
We all know how important is “fuel” for transport companies and how much it affects the company budget.
So how to prevent diesel shortages?
Thanks to the Genesis products dedicated to fuel protection and fuel management!
To find the most appropriate solution for you, rely on Genesis and Tony, our artificial intelligence!
What is the amount of fuel lost due to misappropriation and/or various inefficiencies? More and more!Forget the projections that we assumed only a few months ago, unfortunately, due to the increases, the counts have to be redone.
Let's (re)take an example: in a typical European transport and logistics company, a vehicle dedicated to transporting goods can "cost" around € 60,000/year only for fuel. For an imaginary fleet, that manages about 80 similar vehicles, the annual cost for fuel is approximately € 4.8 Mln.
A conservative estimate, equal to 4% of “lost” fuel, places the losses of our fleet at € 192,000.