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Fuel is a critical component in the construction industry, as it powers the heavy machinery and vehicles that are used to build and maintain efficient operations.
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The Operations Manager handles the scheduling and training of the restoration techs, and oversees each division of the business. The photos taken on the job sites help the operations manager stay in the loop, organized, and on top of every task.

The Operations Manager handles the scheduling and training of the restoration techs, and oversees each division of the business. The photos taken on the job sites help the operations manager stay in the loop, organized, and on top of every task.

Restoration Techs restore homes damaged by fires, floods, mold, and weather. The time-stamped photos they take in CompanyCam of all the pre-existing damage are necessary proof for getting paid by the insurance company or homeowner.

An Estimator uses photos of the pre-existing damage to provide the homeowner and the insurance company with all the info and details needed to determine how much a restoration project is going to cost.

A Production Manager ensures projects are kept on schedule and within budget, while meeting clients’ needs, collaborating with subcontractors, and delivering quality. Using CompanyCam, they can access every job site so they always know what’s going on.

The Operations Manager handles the scheduling and training of the restoration techs, and oversees each division of the business. The photos taken on the job sites help the operations manager stay in the loop, organized, and on top of every task.

Restoration Techs restore homes damaged by fires, floods, mold, and weather. The time-stamped photos they take in CompanyCam of all the pre-existing damage are necessary proof for getting paid by the insurance company or homeowner.

An Estimator uses photos of the pre-existing damage to provide the homeowner and the insurance company with all the info and details needed to determine how much a restoration project is going to cost.

A Production Manager ensures projects are kept on schedule and within budget, while meeting clients’ needs, collaborating with subcontractors, and delivering quality. Using CompanyCam, they can access every job site so they always know what’s going on.

From excavation equipment to cranes, bulldozers, and dump trucks, the construction industry relies heavily on diesel fuel to get the job done.
In addition to powering the machinery, diesel fuel is also commonly used as a generator fuel source on construction sites. Portable generators are used to provide power for the tools and equipment, and diesel fuel is an efficient and reliable choice. It is able to withstand the demands of any construction site and can be stored on site, providing a convenient and practical solution for temporary power needs.
The use of fuel in the construction industry also has environmental implications, as emissions from heavy machinery and vehicles can contribute to air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. As such, the construction industry is increasingly looking for ways to use fuel more efficiently and reduce its impact on the environment.
Fuel Me addresses fuel management concerns at construction sites by leveraging real-time management tools and proprietary software to help contractors successfully manage their job sites. Paired with the Fuel Me platform, our customers are able to manage numerous job sites with ease.

Transportation

Fuel delivery and fuel management are essential components of the transportation industry, as fuel is the lifeblood of the vehicles that keep goods and people moving.
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From long-haul trucks to delivery vans, buses, and trains, the transportation industry relies heavily on diesel fuel and gasoline to power its vehicles. Fuel delivery ensures that vehicles have a steady and reliable supply of fuel, while fuel management systems, like the Fuel Me platform, help track and control fuel consumption and costs.

The Operations Manager handles the scheduling and training of the restoration techs, and oversees each division of the business. The photos taken on the job sites help the operations manager stay in the loop, organized, and on top of every task.

The Operations Manager handles the scheduling and training of the restoration techs, and oversees each division of the business. The photos taken on the job sites help the operations manager stay in the loop, organized, and on top of every task.

Restoration Techs restore homes damaged by fires, floods, mold, and weather. The time-stamped photos they take in CompanyCam of all the pre-existing damage are necessary proof for getting paid by the insurance company or homeowner.

An Estimator uses photos of the pre-existing damage to provide the homeowner and the insurance company with all the info and details needed to determine how much a restoration project is going to cost.

A Production Manager ensures projects are kept on schedule and within budget, while meeting clients’ needs, collaborating with subcontractors, and delivering quality. Using CompanyCam, they can access every job site so they always know what’s going on.