Freight in the City delegates can take free trial of GreenRoad’s driver behaviour app

Fleet operators heading to next month’s Freight in the City Spring Summit will be offered a free trial of GreenRoad Technologies’ real-time driver behaviour mobile app.

GreenRoad Mobile enables both drivers and fleet managers to assess driving behaviour and receive instant coaching to correct any concerns, as well as displaying vehicle tracking, maintenance and fuel usage optimisation data.

David Rodriguez, SVP marketing, GreenRoad Technologies, is confident that fleet operators at the summit, who take advantage of the free 60-day trial, will be delighted with the end results.

“GreenRoad Mobile is changing the way safety and fleet managers drive positive, sustainable change in their organisations,” he said. “It combines a flexible platform that allows customers to access core driver behaviour analytics with GreenRoad’s performance management experts who have extensive driver safety and fleet management experience.

Rodriguez added: “We are pleased to be able to provide this market-leading technology free of charge to attendees at next month’s Freight in the City Spring Summit. We hope that as many businesses as possible take full advantage of this rare opportunity and see for themselves the incredible benefits this mobile application can bring to a business and its workforce.”

The Freight in the City Spring Summit will explore how the freight and logistics industry can work with the public and private sectors to drive economic growth in the North of England.

It will feature a top line-up of key industry figures through a series of seminars, interactive workshops and panel debates.

GreenRoad’s UK director of sales Chris Horbowyj will be a panellist on a debate into the future of urban trucks and transport. The session will discuss how the manufacturers of trucks, trailers and technology are leading the way and meeting the challenges of delivering in the urban environment.

The panel will debate how policy-makers can work with OEMs, and vice-versa, to incentivise better development and encourage the adoption of cleaner, safer and more efficient technologies.

Freight in the City takes place at Manchester Central on 3 March. Register now for your free place to attend.