The Food Bank of Madrid Foundation
is a non-profit organization that receives
and distributes food donations within Madrid’s community, and is dedicated
to assisting people in need.
With a fleet of 12 different vehicles, the Food Bank of Madrid gave out 20,034
tonnes of food in 2016, having driven a total distance of 113,138 km.
One of their top goals is to ensure funds go directly to supporting programming.
Running an efficient fleet and minimizing waste helps them achieve this
Geotab’s open platform telematics technology can collect data from all the
Food Bank of Madrid’s different vehicles, ranging from vans to Heavy-Duty
trucks through the use of small, plug-&-play GPS vehicle tracking devices.
“Without a doubt, Geotab’s technology has been of great aid in delivering
food supplies, especially in running more efficient routes," explains the Food
Bank of Madrid.
Geotab is a company that is dedicated to its community
, which is why they support numerous charitable programs
and initiatives throughout Canada and the United States. One of these initiatives was the installation of Geotab’s
GO device in the Toronto-based food bank Second Harvest
. It was after the overwhelming success of this initiative that Geotab decided to apply the same strategy to the Food Bank of Madrid.To install our technology there, Geotab
partnered with Servinstal; a security systems and fleet tracking service provider in Spain who specialize in the
planning and execution of system installations.