June 18, 2009

E.J. Ward wins San Antonio contract

Developer of fleet asset management solutions E.J. Ward Inc. (Ward) was awarded the City of San Antonio automated fuel management contract.

Ward's Automated Fuel Management System (AFMS) will provide fuel management technology and services for more than 5,000 city vehicles and 11 city fueling sites.

AFMS will incorporate Ward's CANceiver vehicle diagnostic reporting technology, enabling the city to combine fleet fueling and vehicle data retrieval into one operation to optimize its fleet through accurate fuel usage reporting. San Antonio officials can also utilize Ward's suite of eco-friendly services and reports to improve the environmental performance of their fleet assets including reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

 

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