SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA – When it comes to safe, reliable and cost-effective movement of goods in the Middle East, KGL Transportation Company (KGL TC) is a leader. With a workforce of over 1,000 and a fleet of more than 2,500 trucks, the company has built an impressive 25-year track record for providing the fastest transit time by road within the region to both government and commercial organizations.

KGL TC provides logistical mission support to the coalition forces and their vendors including transportation between Kuwait and Iraq. To support the U.S. military's stringent requirements for real-time information, asset and driver safety and availability, KGL TC turned to

Fleet Management Solutions, Inc. (FMS) for its Iridium based fleet tracking capabilities.

"We selected FMS because they had the most innovative solution that could meet our needs," said Philip Sordian, Vice Chairman and COO of KGL TC. "The FMS system is helping us achieve our goal to be the most competitive, highest quality transportation provider in the region. Not only has it helped us maximize revenue available under existing contracts, but when it comes to competing for new contracts, the competitive advantage has exceeded our expectations," adds Sordian.

"The importance of secure operations and immediate location awareness in the Middle East transportation industry are an ideal fit for FMS products and services," states Cliff Henley, FMS founder and CEO, "we are focused on supporting this region and have local staff there to work closely with our customers and partners."

"The FMS system helps us stay on the cutting edge of transportation support in the Middle East," stated Pete Swift, Project Manager with Strategic Government Services with KGL TC. "Equally important, the local FMS team has been an excellent resource and given us the high-level of support we and our clients require."

Fleet Management Solutions, a recognized leader in GPS fleet tracking and All-Satellite Mobile Resource Management Solutions, is noted for its success in the natural resources, government, military, oil and gas, construction and mining, and logistics industries operating in rugged and remote environments.