GRIP Idle Management Inc. and Cummins are excited to announce a new, strategic partnership to provide a comprehensive idling solution to the oil and gas industries, through GRIP’s flagship product, the GRIP Idle Management System.
GRIP Idle Management congratulates the top fleet professionals recognized at the sixth annual Fleet Excellence Awards (FLEXYs), presented April 24 at the NAFA Institute & Expo (I&E).
GRIP’s on the go! See us at these 2018 trade shows: NTEA – The Association for the Work Truck Industry March 6-9, 2018 Indianapolis, Indiana Booth 2711 Truck World April 9-21, 2018 International Centre Mississauga, Ontario Booth 2647 NAFA 2018 Institute & Expo April 24-27, 2018 Anaheim Convention Center Anaheim, California Booth 219 Government Fleet Expo […]
The all-new GRIP Idle Management System: flexibility + real-time data for fleet management excellence
The next-generation GRIP Idle Management System is now available, providing unparalleled flexibility and real-time vehicle usage data to help fleet managers reduce and track idling time, fuel consumption, emissions and more, while ensuring operator safety, comfort and convenience.
The GRIP system has delivered proven idling reductions and, as such, is currently Toronto Hydro’s preferred anti-idling technology.
GRIP Idle Management System reduces fuel consumption and idle time for the City of Columbus by 26% leading to a savings of approx. 758,200 miles, helps City achieve No. 1 Leading Fleet.
Once again Toronto Hydro has named GRIP Idle Management in the 2015 Annual Report as one of the contributing factors to obtaining sustainability initiatives.
Toronto Hydro shares how introducing the GRIP has impacted their fleet in 2014.
The City of Columbus, Ohio, will install anti-idling technology on 90 of its police vehicles in the coming weeks in an effort to reduce fuel costs. Read the full article here: http://www.government-fleet.com/channel/fuel-management/news/story/2014/07/anti-idling-equipment-in-patrol-cars-could-save-columbus-1-2m-annually.aspx
Soon, the motors of Columbus police cars will automatically shut off when officers leave their vehicles for more than a couple of minutes.