ISAAC accelerates U.S. operations with expanded Cleveland office

ISAAC accelerates U.S. operations with expanded Cleveland office

ISAAC Instruments has recently opened an expanded office in Cleveland to enhance its U.S. operations. The office is already housing ISAAC’s integration team, and being utilized to speed the shipment of replacement parts. The company’s headquarters are located just outside Montreal. ISAAC also has offices in Toronto and Calgary to serve its Canadian fleet clients. The U.S. office is strategically located in Cleveland, long known as a hub of transportation technology companies. It is in close proximity to many trucking fleets across the Midwest.   

The historic building that houses ISAAC’s office was originally built in the 1800s, and recently has undergone a thorough renovation to include modern amenities. It is situated in Ohio City, west of downtown Cleveland and near the Cuyahoga River. The neighborhood is a lively and historical district home to many business start-ups, as well as trendy restaurants and shops.

ISAAC’s electronic logging device (ELD) and fleet management telematics solution helps fleets monitor and optimize vehicle efficiencies including fuel consumption, engine data processing, driver productivity, as well as safety and hours-of-service compliance.

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