GAZELLE'S "NO-COMPROMISE" STANDARDS
In 2004 Gazelle was the first tanker truck company in the state of California to adopt and make standard fully automated electronic logs. This was approximately 15 years before it became a requirement by the FMCSA. You will also find that enhanced roll stability technology is standard, on all our equipment, from tractors to trailers. We believe that only through enhanced human performance carefully integrated with the latest technology is the only way we can achieve sustainable incident free operations. Why do we invest in technology such as rollover stability and collision avoidance when none of it is required by our customers or regulatory agencies? It’s because we care more about our people and the motoring public making it home safely than anything else.
All fleet equipment is equipped with enhanced roll-stability systems (RSS), collision avoidance technology, active driving monitors (IVMS), electronic automated driver logs, tire pressure monitoring system, fluid level system, emergency overflow shutdown, bicycle-rack under carriage and continuity verification (Go/No Go).
All tank and storage solutions are outfitted with GPS locating capability, inclinometers, portable pumps, and electric diesel start engines. These tanks are also designed to improve safety measures and reduce costs with tank monitoring devices that electronically reads inventory levels, works off cellular data transmission, stores data on analytical processing platform, and generates real-time customizable alerts, dashboards, scorecards, grids and SSBI.
Poly storage tanks are built with larger tank capacity that reduces the number of trips. These tanks feature two (2) tank design that allows for different fluids, GPS location tracking, electric start diesel engines and SIM friendly configurations. They include a stronger than normal platform that stabilizes tanks better in transport and at well site while also encouraging safer ergonomics.