Around the world, companies are losing millions of dollars to unexplained fuel loss, yet companies are forced to accept it as a cost of business.
Efficiency in Australian mining has taken the focus in recent years. Here’s how data tracking and digital innovation can improve efficiency.
The mining sector uses massive amounts of fuel – yet it loses millions of dollars of fuel every year. Fuel loss should not have to be a ‘necessary evil’.
Inaccurate fuel tax credits are a major problem in mining and transport companies. These companies face massive amounts of fuel & money loss as a result.
The fuel problem has been prevalent with mining for over a decade, and yet we’re hesitant to face it. What’s the solution to our fuel loss?
Many of us don’t know where our fuel loss is coming from or why. The solution is better, smarter and more intuitive tracking for our mining sector.
Fuel loss is one of the biggest costs for companies, and yet it’s often one we neglect. This all starts with accurate fuel tracking.
Fuel usage is a major expense for global companies. yet many companies lack the ability to centralise their fuel tracking and identify potential fuel fraud.
Companies are experiencing what we call the ‘fuel problem’: thousands if not millions of litres of fuel are being lost to fraud and poor fuel management.