International hi-tech industrial company Omnicomm has sold its 600 000th fuel level sensor.
The milestone sensor has been recently shipped from the warehouse and sent to South Africa to Omnicomm partners for further installation.
With the help of Omnicomm's fuel monitoring technologies, thousands of companies are able to control fuel consumption and achieve visible optimisation
The fuel level sensor, Omnicomm LLS, is known for its accuracy and a high degree of reliability of 99.2%, which the company says is annually confirmed by both its small and large clients.
With the help of Omnicomm's fuel monitoring technologies, thousands of companies are able to control fuel consumption and achieve visible optimisation. "Our clients save millions of tons of fuel and millions of dollars annually, Omnicomm highlights, illustrating that its client Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company saves up to 12 tons of fuel monthly, while monthly fuel savings at Norilsk Nickel add up to half a million US$.
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Having successfully tested the LLS 30160 fuel level sensor on the home market, Omnicomm is officially launching it worldwide.
El gasto de combustible puede constituir hasta el 50% del total de los gastos de una empresa de autotransporte. Es por esto que es importante no sólo encontrar una manera de reducir el consumo, sino también de evitar los casos de robo de diésel.