Derive Efficiency’s fleet savings and safety software recognized by the global food and beverage supply chain publication
Derive Efficiency, a leading company that customizes the software of a fleet vehicle’s powertrain (engine and transmission) in order to operate the vehicle more efficiently and safely, announced today that the company was named to the top 100 technology and solutions providers by Food Logistics.
“It is our customers, who recognize the importance of fleet savings and safety, that have fueled our growth and helped us make this prestigious list,” said Marissa Muller, V.P. of Marketing at Derive Systems.
Derive Efficiency’s software solution calibrates a fleet vehicle’s powertrain by controlling fuel usage, reducing engine idle speed, optimizing torque and throttle parameters, and adjusting transmission shift points, among other adjustments. Customers can realize a positive investment in fewer than six months and savings of up to 12% on fuel and 16% in carbon emissions—with no changes in driver behavior or hardware modifications required.
The editors of Food Logistics have profiled software and technology providers that hold influential roles in the global food and beverage supply chain. “Software solution providers, equipment manufacturers and numerous technology innovations are supporting growth in our industry while concurrently lowering operating costs, improving productivity and enhancing visibility from farm to fork,” emphasizes Lara L. Sowinski, Editor-in-Chief at Food Logistics.
Companies who earned a spot on the FL100+ list are featured in the November/ December 2014 issue of Food Logistics, as well as online at www.foodlogistics.com.