Clarience Technologies acquires Safe Fleet

Clarience Technologies acquires Safe Fleet

The move increases Clarience Technologies' workforce to over 4,000 employees at nearly 50 locations worldwide.

Clarience Technologies announced that it has acquired Safe Fleet, a creator of safety solutions for fleet vehicles. Clarience says this move reinforces the company’s mission to bring total visibility to transportation by providing technologies that enhance safety, security and productivity for customers across the industry.

“Clarience Technologies and Safe Fleet share a common mission of making transportation safer and smarter through technology,” said Brian Kupchella, chief executive officer of Clarience Technologies. “The acquisition of Safe Fleet provides our company with critical technologies, deep vocational segment expertise and a portfolio of powerful and complementary safety products that support our vision to provide comprehensive solutions to a broader set of transportation customers around the world.”

The acquisition of Safe Fleet increases Clarience Technologies’ total workforce to more than 4,000 employees at nearly 50 locations worldwide. Safe Fleet joins the Clarience Technologies team of companies, which includes Truck-Lite, ECCO, Code 3, Pressure Systems International, DAVCO, Road Ready, Fleetilla, LED Autolamps, Rigid Industries, and Lumitec. 

“Safe Fleet employees, customers and partners will benefit from becoming a part of Clarience Technologies,” said John Knox, chairman and chief executive officer of Safe Fleet. “We look forward to joining their team of companies where together we will expand global reach, accelerate innovation, unlock new benefits for customers and strengthen our safety mission.”

With Safe Fleet, Clarience Technologies says it sees an opportunity to provide customers more complete solutions created when select complementary safety and visibility technologies offered across its companies are connected digitally through a common software platform.

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