Stevens Transport Returns to Maptuit

July 23, 2007

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Steven's Transport, a refrigerated truckload carrier and asset based logistics provider, will be returning to Maptuit Corp. after a brief trial with an alternative directions provider, once again providing its drivers with FleetNav Directions' truck-to-dock, turn-by-turn directions.

"We've come to realize that Maptuit's true dynamic road network and accurate routing is extremely important to the success of our business and the safety of our drivers." said Clay Aaron, president of Stevens Transport. "Our drivers were the No. 1 reason we made the strategic decision to go back to Maptuit. During this process we've come to find out that all routing or navigation systems are not created equal."
FleetNav Directions and Alerts is a subscription-based program that integrates with all leading fleet management and mobile communications systems to provide a comprehensive transportation optimization solution. Maptuit's FleetNav suite of tools provides trucking companies with a solution to help increase efficiencies and improve their bottom line through intelligent routing, fuel optimization and fleet monitoring capabilities.
These tools enable back-office staff to manage customer locations and monitor fleet performance from any computer with Internet access.
Founded in 1999, Massachusetts-based Maptuit Corp. provides truck specific, real-time, turn-by-turn directions for the trucking industry, and tracking and traffic services for the transportation and consumer markets. For more information, visit

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