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US Fleet Tracking joins OIPA Partners Progam

May 24, 2017
TOPICS: OIPA
For the second time this year, the OIPA is making an addition to the Partners Program — GPS tracking and asset manager US Fleet Tracking.

Already a leader in the live asset and vehicle tracking industry, US Fleet Tracking is now offering all OIPA members an exclusive 25 percent discount on all new equipment and device orders, along with waived activation fees.

“US Fleet Tracking’s partnership with OIPA underscores our commitment to Oklahoma’s energy industry,” said US Fleet Tracking National Sales Director Jim Carman. “Independent oil and gas producers and the companies that support them represent Oklahoma’s strength, its ingenuity and its ability to adapt.

“US Fleet Tracking has supported the industry through the ups and downs and this partnership only confirms the importance we place on Oklahoma’s vital industry,” Carman said.

Headquartered in Oklahoma City, US Fleet Tracking has a global reach. In addition to its 20-plus years’ experience tracking personal and commercial vehicles, the company provides tracking to numerous large-scale public events including 11 Super Bowls, 2 Olympic Games, the 2012 Republican National Convention and the 2017 Presidential Inauguration.

“I can’t tell you how excited I am to have US Fleet Tracking as a part of our Partners Program,” said OIPA Partners Program Manager Phil Browder. “Not only are they a global leader in live fleet and equipment tracking, but they are also born and raised right here in Oklahoma. Whether you need to track the whereabouts of pumps and tanks, monitor the speeds of company trucks, or even recover stolen items, they can do it, and at a discount exclusively for OIPA member organizations.”

Look for more information on US Fleet Tracking and all of our Partners in upcoming issues of the WellHead. To find out more about how your company can participate in the Partners Program, contact Phil Browder at either pbrowder@oipa.com or 405-601-2838. Σ
 
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