Keeping your fleet moving

Every day, thousands of lorries can be seen on Ireland’s roads transporting goods, such as groceries, fuel, livestock, machinery and vehicles, between suppliers and large consumer outlets, factories, warehouses or distribution centres.

These modern-day leviathans dominate the inside lane of motorways, working around the clock to deliver vital supplies to businesses throughout the island of Ireland, representing the very lifeblood of society.

Despite the current economic climate and increasing operating costs, haulage companies have remained resilient and continue to thrive. In many cases, this achievement can be attributed to the adoption of a flexible business model, which allows hauliers to maximise opportunities in the domestic market, with less focus on international logistics.

Making the change

Soaring fuel prices and the Irish government’s impending ban on the sale of new diesel HGVs by 2040 have prompted a seismic shift in the haulage industry. HGV Fleet operators have begun a gradual transition to cleaner and more sustainable energies, including hydrogen, liquid natural gas (LNG), biodiesel, biogas and electricity. Of course, this bold move will require a significant investment in new vehicle stock and supporting infrastructure at the depot.

Behind the scenes

The operations directors tasked with managing haulage fleets have to navigate many daily challenges in order to get loads delivered safely and on time to the customers. The well-documented driver shortage, albeit much less than it was, remains an issue and continues to cause logistical problems. However, it is the complex nature of maintaining depot equipment and servicing the vehicles that occupy the lion’s share of a fleet manager’s time.

It is imperative that fleet controllers capitalise on the introduction of advanced fleet management tools, to ensure operating efficiency and deliver cost reductions through data insight. By leading with technology to improve incident prevention within the haulage sector, fleet managers can be more effective than ever before.

Moreover, installing the requisite high-speed energy dispensers and associated storage tanks at the depot will alleviate the necessity of refuelling at local service stations, consequently saving time and money across the board.

As HGV operators embrace new energies, they must consider upgrading on-site equipment to keep pace with the restructuring of the fleet. Whilst at first, this appears to be a very costly exercise, it will ultimately have a positive impact on the fleet’s running costs and reduce the company’s carbon footprint in line with government policy.


Service and maintenance

All site equipment must be regularly serviced and maintained to identify issues before they impact daily performance. Proactive scheduled maintenance of energy dispensers and EV chargers will prevent needless downtime and safeguard operational efficiency.

TSG Fleet Ireland is here to help

TSG specialises in addressing the obstacles faced by HGV operators by providing the best possible solutions, equipment and maintenance packages on the market today. With over 30 years of expertise in the sector, TSG works together with fleet owners to fully leverage the potential of the site and available budget.

TSG has been providing equipment to the retail fuel industry for many years but is now making a name for itself in the new energy sector, delivering a wide variety of products and advanced solutions to assist fleet operators in making the switch to electricity, gas or hydrogen.

Fleet Fuel Dispensers

TSG supplies Tokheim and Wayne dispensing equipment built especially for the fleet sector, delivering fast reliable refuelling.

Tokheim Quantium FS fuel dispenser

Quantium™ FS

Tokheim Quantium™ FS fuel dispenser is small yet flexible and unbelievably powerful, with a vast range of configuration possibilities.

Introducing the Tokheim Quantium FS AdBlue® dispenser

Quantium™ FS AdBlue®

Tokheim Quantium™ FS AdBlue® dispenser is a compact dispenser built with the most advanced technology to deliver outstanding performance year after year.

Tokheim Quantium™ FS LPG dispenser

Quantium™ FS LPG

Powerful and efficient, this dispenser is perfect for commercial fleet environments, with a compact footprint to suit the layout of any size of operation.

Wayne Century™ 3 fuel dispenser

Century™ 3

Wayne Century™ 3 fuel dispenser – when configured for high-capacity fuelling, this dispenser delivers fuel at very high and ultra-high flow rates

The Wayne Century 3 AdBlue® dispenser

Century™ 3 AdBlue®

Century 3 AdBlue® is manufactured with robust, corrosion-resistant materials and premium components to combat the effects of AdBlue®.

Helix 6000 II CNG

Available as a standalone or back-to-back model, the Helix 6000 II CNG fuel dispenser is suitable for both retail and heavy goods vehicle applications.

The Helix 6000 II LPG dispenser

Helix 6000 II LPG

Available as a standalone LPG dispenser, or as a back-to-back model which is able to offer up to three additional fuels in the same unit.

ProFleet LOGmaster

Profleet LOGmaster is the successor of the very popular DiaLOG fuel management system, delivering total depot control via a completely new range of stylish terminals.

Compatible with any make or model of existing equipment, LOGmaster helps fleet operators effectively manage all site equipment including energy dispensers and electric vehicle (EV) charge points.

Fuel LOG

Complete in-depth management of all fuel transactions, offering an extensive specification that allows site owners to set user restrictions as required.


ChargeLOG is able to monitor all EV chargers on site, regardless of brand or type, providing unlimited control to depot managers.


Responsibly manage the safe dispensation of compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied natural gas (LNG) or hydrogen, even when fuelling takes place overnight.

Electric vehicle (EV) charge point installation

TSG Ireland is able to help and advise haulage company owners every step of the way, providing a solution that will suit any commercial fleet operation, offering a wide range of charging hardware/software; creating an infrastructure to support the growth of EV charge points as demand increases.

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