PAR Logistics and Advantage PressurePro Announce Real Time Tire Pressure Management System.

AggMan Staff | Published on January 28, 2008


Yorkville, NY and Harrisonville, MO USA: January 24, 2008: Par Technology Subsidiary Par Logistics Management Systems along with Advantage PressurePro LLC are pleased to announce the introduction of the first real time tire pressure management system for the transportation industry.  Building upon individual core strengths, Par Logistics, market leader in GPS solutions, and PressurePro, market leader in Tire Pressure Monitoring, have combined technology, experience, and expertise, to bring tire pressure management into the world of real time telematics.

For the first time trailer managers have real time information on trailer location, temperature, fuel levels, door activity while also receiving critical alerts on reefer failures, rapid fuel loss, and now, insufficient tire pressure. Automated alerts arrive in e-mails and text message PDA devices (cell phones) informing managers of low pressure, reefer failure, and rapid fuel consumption.

We are proud to be integrating our technology with that of PAR™s, commented Phillip G. Zaroor, President and CEO of PressurePro. PressurePro continues to be committed to bringing the best possible TPM Solutions to the market, with the latest in cutting edge technologies. This partnership allows us to do just that, bringing to the market a genuinely complete solution.

With both PAR and PressurePro products offering easy installation and use, this strategic alliance brings effortless, yet significant additions to savings and safety. Combined, the systems provide the tire pressure information needed to increase fuel efficiency, cut downtime, extend tire life, and improve handling and performance while also providing a complete management system contributing engine diagnostics, tracking and much more. Each of these benefits allows explosive value returns on each company™s product and service offerings. Joining tire management and tire pressure monitoring alerts with long range communications fortifies an already convincing desire to track both dry and refrigerated trailers and can provide benefits for the entire trucking industry.

John W. Sammon III Vice President of Par Logistics commented We are thrilled to announce our strategic alliance with PressurePro as we are confident that the merging of solutions will have an exponential affect on how fleet managers value our telematic solutions. Real time monitoring of trailers coupled with reliable sensors for fuel and tires just makes good economic sense these days.

About PAR Logistic

Par Logistics was founded in 1998 and has been a reliable partner to a number U.S. government agencies providing reliable GPS based solutions for distributed assets. Par is a leader in the area of refrigerated trailer tracking, monitoring, and control. Par is 100% compatible with Thermo King and Carrier brand reefers for temperature monitoring and management. Par Logistics is a wholly owned subsidiary of Par Technology Corporation NYSE PTC.

For additional information visit http://www.parlms.com. To request information or speak directly with PAR Logistics contact John Penizotto, Director of Sales and Marketing. Truck and Trailer Products, at 315.453.9064, toll free at 800-228-0394, or email: john_penizotto@partech.com.

About Advantage PressurePro, LLC.

Advantage PressurePro, LLC. is the developer and marketer of the PressurePro Tire Pressure Monitoring System, one of the leading aftermarket TPMS systems in the world. Involved in the TPMS industry since 1991, Advantage PressurePro has been a leader in the development and evolution of this market and technology, and remains dedicated to adding to the safety and savings of the transportation industry.

For addition information regarding PressurePro visit http://www.advantagepressurepro.com/. To request information or speak directly with PressurePro contact Vanessa Zaroor, Director of Marketing, at (816)887-3505, or email: vzaroor@advantagepressurepro.com.

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