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ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. (May 14, 2014) — Mexican fleet services provider Teniko S.A. will be TireStamp Inc.’s distributor of the TireVigil tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) products to commercial truck, bus and mining fleets in Mexico, according to TireStamp.

“We are thrilled to partner with Teniko, which is recognized as a highly knowledgeable and professional company dedicated to providing outstanding quality products and consulting services to its commercial fleet customers,” said TireStamp President Peggy J. Fisher.

The business relationship enables Teniko’s sales force to introduce their fleet accounts to the features and benefits of TireStamp’s TPMS products that, according to the company, are “TPMS 2.0-certified solutions that will improve fleets’ tire maintenance and safety and reduce tire costs, emergency breakdowns, tire-related labor, and fuel consumption.”

Carlos Santoyo, Tenniko’s vice president of commercial sales, called TireVigil TPMS “a perfect fit for Teniko, whose mission is to provide its customers with the correct advice and the best equipment for maintaining their vehicles and achieving optimum performance.

“Progressive fleets are now looking for an innovative solution to their tire problems and TireVigil TPMS is the cutting edge technology that provides the insight they need to take their tire maintenance programs to the next level.”

Teniko is based in the Torreón Area of Mexico. The company distributes and implements products for the efficient operation of heavy-duty vehicles and also provides consulting services to fleets along with the tools to ensure customers maintain their fleets at peak performance. More information about the company is available on its website.

TireStamp is an asset intelligence company using a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business model. It provides expertise on tires and their effects on commercial fleet operational costs, tire program management, asset management and other critical performance data that enable fleets to reduce tire and fuel costs in addition to improving productivity and safety.


Editor’s note: Peggy Fisher writes a commercial tire service column for Tire Business.

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