Alarm Management Services
FuelQuest Alarm Management Services (AMS) is an alarm triage and management compliance reporting service run by a FuelQuest team of certified technicians. These technicians leverage FuelQuest's industry leading technology to eliminate manual processes and continuously monitor the safety and proper functioning of storage tanks using a centralized systematic methodology. AMS enables FuelQuest customers to create an environment in which problems are accurately identified in a timely manner. This strategic approach mitigates risk and reduces overall maintenance costs.
AMS provides remote site monitoring services to companies who need to comply with local, state, and federal environmental regulations at the lowest cost. AMS allows companies to effectively manage regulatory business issues.
- Monitors sites 24 x 7 x 365 with one hour response
- Tracks and triages all site alarms determining appropriate courses of action
- Provides required monthly or period reporting
With Alarm Management Services, customers can:
- Reduce costs associated with regulation and compliance by as much as 30 - 40%
- Scale with changing regulatory requirements
- Reduced maintenance dispatches
- Reduced compliance related fines.
Convenience stores, grocery stores, service stations, and big box retailers are finding fuel a tough business to achieve and maintain healthy margins. It's so difficult that many convenience stores, for instance, where fuel comprises roughly 70% of its total revenue, focus primarily on in-store profit centers abandoning fuel as a profit driver for the business.
Fuel cost volatility is an anathema for private and government fleets striving to meet financial and operational goals. With fuel typically the second highest expense item after headcount, fleet operators face many challenges regaining predictability in their fuel spend.
Private and public fleets, rail, bus lines, airlines, marine, and more require a consistent and affordable supply of fuel. With high volatility in fuel markets and fuel costs representing the second largest expense behind headcount, fuel buyers face great pressure to maintain predictability in their fuel spend and implement cost-saving measures.
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