£10m new business for tracking firm

A YORKSHIRE-based firm that helps bosses to monitor their vehicles, has won £10m of business from the utilities and public sector.

Major utilities and local authorities that have signed up for Masternaut Three X's advanced tracking services include National Grid, Scottish Power, Scottish Water, Dumfries and Galloway Council and Renfrewshire Council.

The new business, which has been won over the last three months, includes tracking contracts for more than 7,000 vehicles.

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Leeds-based Masternaut already tracks 60,000 vehicles over the internet.

Masternaut's tracking technology, which is fitted to vehicles across the UK and Europe, helps managers to keep an eye on their drivers. It can help them spot bad driving, and reduces the chances of drivers getting lost.

It can streamline planning and paperwork, making managers' lives easier and employees more productive.

Using Masternaut Three X's system, companies can plan routes, and track vehicles, deliveries and jobs. It also makes it easier to communicate with workers on the road.

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Martin Port, the managing director of Masternaut Three X, said: "We are delighted with our recent success in the utilities and public sectors.

"To gain 10m of new business in such a short period of time is extraordinary and highlights the energy, water and public sectors' eagerness to employ advanced vehicle tracking."

Masternaut has sold 120,000 vehicle tracking units across Europe.