The CV Show 2012 could not have gone any better for fuel management company Triscan
Systems. The 12 strong exhibition sales and technical team were often overwhelmed over the 3 days of the event by customers old and new who showed an unprecedented level of interest in the company’s stand.
The main focus of interest was Triscan’s new product range which included the Apollo2 fuel island controller and EasiTag; a vehicle fuel access device which uses wireless data and ID transfer technology. Interestingly the company also chose to give the transport industry a sneak preview of its latest generation software – Odyssey World, which is due for release in the summer.
Triscan Sales and Marketing Director Barry McLeod was delighted with the outcome “I was extremely proud of what our team delivered to the show in terms of our new fuel management products which I think set us apart as a technical innovator. We also had so much industry interest and good wishes from people who liked what they saw”.
The Triscan stand was the biggest constructed in the brand’s 26 year history and featured the latest case studies and product videos as well as working demonstrations of both new and current products. Triscan also secured an international deal to install fuel management hardware and software into the Kenya Port Authority’s sites in Mombasa and Nairobi.
Barry McLeod concludes “All in all it was not a bad week’s work and the event definitely had an international feel to it. We put a lot of effort into publicising our presence in the run up to the show with our Apple iPad competition and we’ll announce the winner shortly”.
Not content with its efforts so far this year, the Triscan team say they are planning further product launches beginning with Odyssey World.