Fill-Rite FMS

Tuthill, FuelCloud jointly develop Fill-Rite FMS

Tuthill and FuelCloud recently formed a technical partnership to develop Fill-Rite FMS, a fuel management system they say provides advanced fuel monitoring and control for organizations managing their own fuel.

Fill-Rite FMS combines Tuthill’s expertise in fuel equipment with FuelCloud’s patented technology to create a fuel management system that is easy to install, intuitive to use and comprehensive for any organization’s needs, the companies claim.

“FuelCloud shows a passion for quality and innovation that we recognize in ourselves,” said Rick Wiedemann, president at Tuthill. “These shared values make this partnership a natural fit. Fill-Rite FMS is the fuel management system our customers have been waiting for.”

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Fill-Rite FMS includes three components:

  • On-site hardware that tracks fuel and controls tank access
  • Web-based software for managers to monitor and control fuel use
  • Mobile app that drivers use to authorize transactions

In addition to tracking fuel inventory, Fill-Rite FMS provides organizations with comprehensive tank security, the companies said, as pumps cannot be unlocked without entering an authorized PIN code on the Fill-Rite FMS mobile app. Managers can use advanced reporting tools to collect and analyze transaction data, and efficiently monitor tank levels, saving time previously spent on inventory reporting.

Fill-Rite FMS controllers

“Tuthill’s great reputation in fuel equipment is no accident, and this partnership is an opportunity for FuelCloud’s technology to reach a new level,” said Alex Bretthauer, president of FuelCloud. “We believe we’ve built the future of fuel management, and together with Tuthill we intend to prove it.”

Fill-Rite FMS is available for purchase and installation now. Learn More at fillrite.com/landing-pages/fillritefms.

 

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