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eRUC Now Available on Coretex 360

eRUC Now Available on Coretex 360

Fully automated Electronic RUC now available on Coretex’s web-based system

Auckland, New Zealand. 29th August 2017, Coretex, a leader in Active Fleet Management

Solutions announced that Electronic Road User Charging (eRUC) is now available on Coretex 360, the company’s web-based fleet visualisation system.

Coretex’s eRUC solution provides fleet operators with a fully-automated solution that accurately tracks on-road kilometres and automatically purchases new RUC licenses when required. In addition, Coretex’s eRUC solution measures off-road kilometres with High- Definition precision, making it easy for operators to maximise RUC rebates.

eRUC is available as part of Coretex’s In-cab and Compliance packages, which go beyond eRUC to provide fleet operators with a comprehensive fleet management solution. In-cab packages include highly-accurate ‘device-side’ geofence monitoring, access to engine management data, driver behaviour monitoring, real-time vehicle tracking and HD incident replay. Coretex In-cab packages are suitable for both small and large fleet operators.

Selwyn Pellett, Coretex Chief Executive Officer said “With eRUC included in our In-cab and Compliance packages we now have a comprehensive and powerful web-based solution for all New Zealand fleet operators. We are now able to move one step closer to our vision of delivering our customers a Single Point of Operational Truth that gives them the real-time HD insights that they need to run safer, cleaner and more efficient operations.”

Today, Coretex transacts more than $2m each week of RUC on behalf of the NZ government and is one of only two providers approved by the New Zealand government to collect RUC on its behalf.


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