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RAM Tracking road to expansion with US launch!
RAM Tracking road to expansion with US launch!

Following a period of sustained growth, including vehicle tracking, fleet management software and dash cams.

Updated over a week ago

We've expanded into the US following a period of growth across the UK.

We launched in the US on 1 May 2021, offering vehicle tracking, dash cams and the fleet management software as part of RAM Assist.

We were established in 2004, globally we currently track more than 105,000 vehicles on the road for in excess of 12,500 customers across sectors such as construction and engineering.

Following a period of organic growth, we are now in a position to expand into new territories.

Scott Chesworth, Group Operations Director at RAM Tracking:

"Moving into the American market has always been an aim for us, so we are delighted that we are now in a position to be able to achieve this ambition following a period of sustained growth for the company. We can't wait to see what this new chapter brings for the business as we look to bring years of success in the UK to one of biggest markets globally.

"The vehicle tracking market in the US is crying out for increased innovation and our technology offers a huge opportunity for businesses across America to stay on top of the whereabouts of their vehicles and workers, to increase productivity and performance."

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About RAM Tracking
Headquartered in Leeds, RAM is a market-leading telematics business with operations in the UK,Canada and USA. Its unique and innovative SaaS proposition provides its predominantly SME client-base with a wealth of valuable data and reporting to help manage their fleets more efficiently. The business has grown significantly in recent years and today has over 105,000 vehicle tracking devices and cameras.

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