Stevens Transport extends agreement with Pegasus TransTech

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Stevens Transport announced that it has extended its agreement with Pegasus TransTech to use Transflo Express truckstop scanning for an additional three years. The refrigerated carrier first implemented the trip-document delivery solution six years ago to provide same-day access to delivery documents.

Stevens Transport, headquartered in Dallas, operates 2,000 power units and employs more than 3,000 people. According to Kathy Whitaker, Stevens Transport’s accounting manager, Transflo Express has allowed the company to pay drivers faster, bill shippers quickly and efficiently, and cut more than two days off the company’s DSO; in addition, Stevens Transport has been using Pegasus TransTech’s Transflo in-house imaging and workflow solutions for almost 10 years to streamline back-office processes, eliminate paperwork, accelerate cash flow and facilitate growth without adding employees.

“Pegasus TransTech has played a key part in helping Stevens grow profitably while staying environmentally conscious of reducing paperwork,” Whitaker says. “Transflo Express is something that both our drivers and office personnel like for its reliability, speed and
convenience.”

Pegasus TransTech says that with Transflo Express, drivers hand their trip documents to a cashier for scanning at more than 500 truckstop locations nationwide, including all Pilot and Love’s travel centers; in seconds, these documents are delivered electronically to the fleet for immediate billing and payroll processing.

“The continued success of Stevens Transport illustrates the documented impact of Transflo and Transflo Express,” says Frank Adelman, senior vice president of Pegasus TransTech, based in Tampa, Fla. “We’re proud of our history of providing dependable business process improvement services that drive time and cost from our customers’ delivery-to-cash cycles.”