Drivec has signed a framework agreement with BIVAB, Buss i Väst AB. BIVAB is responsible for traffic duties pertaining to the larger bus companies in Western Sweden, Örebro, Kalmar and Jönköping county, Skånetrafiken, and a few other municipalities. The agreement covers all members of the company with a potential of 800 vehicles. – This feels exciting, BIVAB is a reputable player. In addition, the agreement strengthens our presence in western Sweden and is strategically important to us, says Mikael Gabrielsson, Sales & Marketing Director at Drivec.
BIVAB has been looking for a while after a system that can help them in distributing a more secure and sustainable delivery to their travelers. CEO Christer Pettersson explains that he views the agreement as a first step towards a long-term investment that enables better economy and a better working environment.
All systems have the ability of picking up signals from the bus. Drivec’s solutions stand out from the crowd due to their way of analyzing and presenting data. This gives us the opportunity to improve fuel economy and damage management, but also the chance to improve from a road safety perspective, Christer Pettersson.
Now that the agreement has been signed, the goal is to use this in as many vehicles as possible.
– We believe in a long-term and good collaboration, we know that commitment and teamwork is required to change behaviors. This is where BIVAB is a good partner to have, says Mikael Gabrielsson.
The picture is shared by Christer Pettersson.
– Drivec has shown us that they want a good and close collaboration. They are quick to respond and feedback, as well as meeting our wishes.