What’s new at FMS? If the PEI show in Chicago is any indication, quite a lot.
OPW introduced one new Tank Monitoring product, three new Fuel Control products and unveiled its new PV Family of Fuel Control Solutions at the convention.
Of the many products on display within the Fuel Management section of Booth 4120, OPW’s Petro Vend 100® and Petro Vend 200 Fuel Island Terminals, and OPW’s new Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) fuel control solution garnered particular notice.
“There’s quite a bit of interest in AVI technology because the level of security, control and convenience it provides can’t be beat,” said Bobby Hayes, FMS Domestic Sales Manager.
FMS also showcased its new Inside Authorization Terminal and its Verifone Commander Interface, two innovations that enhance payment processing at fueling sites.
On the tank gauging side of the booth, OPW’s SiteSentinel® Integra 500™ and SiteSentinel® Nano® took center stage. New to this year’s tank-monitoring line-up was OPW’s Digimon Console.
“We anticipate the Digimon Console to fill a void in the marketplace. The electronic console utilizes magnetostrictive technology to deliver more accurate measurements than mechanical clock gauges and sight glass gauges. And the console’s explosion-proof enclosure means it can be installed anywhere, including hazardous areas,” said Pete Neil, Global Product Manager.
The PEI convention caps off a successful year of both trade shows and product innovation at OPW Fuel Management Systems.
“It’s been a big year for FMS. We look forward to working with our Distributor partners to continue building on this momentum in 2018,” said Scott Rutherford, Director, Fuel Management Systems.
Looking Ahead to 2018
Look for us at these first quarter trade shows:
Las Vegas, Nevada
Kansas City, Missouri
Southeast Petro-Food Marketing Expo
Myrtle Beach, SC
Gulf Coast Food & Fuel Expo