The company hopes that the public attention to the Madonna tour accident, which resulted in no injuries, will give the company an opportunity to educate the public on the many safety measures businesses can take when looking to keep their trucks safe.
Houston, TX. (PRWEB) July 10, 2012
After a truck which was part of Madonna’s concert tour, overturned in Sweden, and the accident garnered a great deal of media attention, Tatems announced a new program to help the public understand how their fleet and truck maintenance software helps keep trucks safe while in use. The company hopes that the public attention to the Madonna tour accident, which resulted in no injuries, will give the company an opportunity to educate the public on the many safety measures businesses can take when looking to keep their trucks safe.
Tatem hopes that the attention drawn to the often overlooked safety of trucks on the road, and encourage more individuals and companies to turn to different trucking safety concerns. The company’s new offer announcement includes a new information portion of their website which helps educated individuals on different trucking safety and maintenance precautions. The company also focuses in on fleet maintenance and safety with their software program offer, which the company will offer insight on with their new addition to their company website.
Tatems is a fleet maintenance software development company who created a program designed to help those who need to manage a fleet of trucks, trailers and equipment. The company’s program was designed to simplify fleet maintenance record keeping. This maintenance software program helps make management easier so companies can focus on the mechanics of keeping their fleet safe. With the equipment maintenance program, Tatem hopes that the trucking process will be safer for all who are on the road.
The new offer is now live on the company’s website and will help the public understand trucking safety.
For more information on the new informational insight on trucking and maintenance software programs, visit http://tatems.com/.