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JUTC implements fuel management system

Published:Wednesday | January 29, 2014 | 10:40 AM

Monique Grange, Assistant News Editor - Radio

KINGSTON, Jamaica:

The Jamaica Urban Transit Company has implemented a fuel management system as the company seeks to stop revenue leakage at the state-run bus company.

Minister with responsibility for the transport Sector Dr Morais Guy revealed in parliament yesterday that as part of the cost-saving measure, the daily allocation of fuel dispensed to each bus has been reduced from 300 to 200 litres.

He says a fuel officer has been recruited to ensure that the procedures are adhered to.

He said the officer will also provide a daily reconciliation of fuel purchased against that which was used.

Guy also disclosed that a loss prevention strategy will be implemented to secure the company’s assets and fare-box revenue.


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