Environmental Solutions Group (ESG) is expanding their family of companies with the addition of Soft-Pak, located in San Diego, California.
Soft-Pak specializes in cutting-edge software solutions for waste haulers, providing both vehicle in-cab waste route solutions as well as back-office applications that make it easier for haulers to run their business with exceptional accounting and customer support services software.
ESG has long viewed Soft-Pak as a natural fit for their digital offerings - and Soft-Pak's products and services dovetail perfectly with the 3rd Eye Safety and digital analytic suite of tools.
According to a statement from ESG, "Soft-Pak's contribution to our already comprehensive product offering, which includes Heil, Curotto Can and 3rd Eye - help to close the loop for fleet owners who are looking for a completely integrated product - one that delivers the lowest total cost of collection.
Soft-Pak's products and services integrate perfectly with the Heil - 3rd Eye connected truck - by providing an industry-leading tablet-based route support application combined with a proven back-room accounting suite of tools. ESG is proud to welcome Soft-Pak to their product family and look forward to jointly developing next-generation solutions for the waste industry.
To learn more about Soft-Pak, visit them at www.soft-pak.com.
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