Home Lancashire News Jets GPS Tracking partners with Blackburn company to help them manage their fleet vehicles 

Jets GPS Tracking partners with Blackburn company to help them manage their fleet vehicles 

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Jets’ hard wired devices are recognised by insurers and can lead to preferential rates

Blackburn based Jets GPS Tracking Ltd has teamed up with fellow East Lancashire business, Cronshaw Electrical Ltd, to supply hardwired GPS tracking devices.

The three-year agreement will see Cronshaw Electrical use the fleet tracker product offered by Jets to effectively manage its fleet of 12 North West based vehicles. As part of the induction set up process, Jets GPS Tracking offers a three-step implementation process, by the end of which, clients are confident and competent with the equipment installed.

Jets GPS Tracking aims to save businesses time and money, whilst increasing productively with their range of innovative GPS tracking devices and vehicle cameras. Also, Jets’ hard wired devices are recognised by insurers and can lead to preferential rates.

Jan Evans, owner of Jets GPS Tracking said: “We are delighted to work with a local company to help them with their fleet management needs. Our hardwired tracking devices and three step implementation process gives Cronshaw Electrical the tools and processes they need to effectively and efficiently manage their fleet.”

Paul Cronshaw, owner, Cronshaw Electrical Ltd added: “We elected to use Jets GPS Tracking because we heard great things about their product quality and service. We were so impressed that we actually ended the contract with our previous tracking supplier early, in order to begin working with Jets GPS Tracking as soon as possible.”

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Phil Ghayour
The Samuel James Group’s new Events, PR, and Marketing Executive, Philip has a degree in Journalism from the University of Salford and has completed an MSc Marketing from Lancaster University, Philip has also worked at BBC Radio Lancashire, Clitheroe Football Club and Accrington Stanley Football Club.