Omnicomm to provide lifetime warranty for Its fuel level sensors in India

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 25 Jan 2022


Omnicomm Fuel Monitoring Technologies, the Indian subsidiary of Omnicomm, a leading global telematics expert with over 20 years of experience in fuel and fleet management solutions has announced a lifetime warranty on its line of fuel sensors, which it claims becomes the first company to do so in the Indian market among fuel monitoring hardware manufacturers.

The company says it has been a key player in the fleet and fuel management industry, supporting the trucking and heavy infrastructure in India with its robust technology for more than 5 years. The lifetime warranty is another example by which Omnicomm says it continues to deliver quality fuel monitoring hardware to Indian businesses. At present, according to the company no other LLS manufacturer in the Indian market offers a lifetime warranty on their products.

Boris Pankov, global founder and CEO, Omnicomm said, “We have a proven record of delivering hardware that stands up to the test of time! Having already introduced the Lifetime Warranty in Russia, we wanted to bring it to the international market. A fast-growing market like India was the perfect place to start, as we have a strong partner and customer base here.”

Mohit Mehrotra, MD and business head, Omnicomm India and South Asia said, “With a sizeable share of the market, Omnicomm is on the path to establish a stronghold with the Lifetime Warranty offer. The Lifetime Warranty comes as a move to enhance existing partner trust in their products and attract new clients with proven, highly reliable and accurate fuel monitoring solution."

The company says its fleet management solutions include high precision fuel-level sensors with an accuracy of 99.5%, terminals, displays, and online fuel management solutions. Its products are equipped in more than 1.2 million vehicles across more than 113 countries across: logistics and transportation, construction, heavy machinery, mining, oil & gas, telecom, and smart cities.