U.S. Xpress announced today, July 7, that it has implemented the Transflo Express truckstop scanning solution from Pegasus TransTech. U.S. Xpress, one of the largest truckload carriers in North America, operates a fleet of 8,250 trucks in long-haul, expedited, dedicated and regional services.
Pegasus TransTech says that with Transflo Express, drivers hand their delivery documents to a fuel desk attendant for scanning at more than 525 truckstop locations nationwide; in seconds, these documents are sent electronically to the fleet for immediate billing and payroll processing. Transflo Express expedites document delivery and allows fleets and drivers to get paid faster, according to Pegasus TransTech.
Pegasus TransTech says U.S. Xpress has been using its Transflo in-house imaging successfully for the past nine years to streamline back-office processes and speed the collections process. Pegasus TransTech says its Workflow solution has allowed U.S. Xpress to establish consistent, repeatable business processes that generate optimal results. The company now has turned to Pegasus for document delivery.
“Adding the efficiencies of truckstop scanning to our Transflo solution will combine the effectiveness of both technologies,” says Eric Peterson, controller of U.S. Xpress, based in Chattanooga, Tenn. “Capitalizing on the Transflo Express document delivery system will enhance the technology platform in which we’ve already invested.”
Transflo Express says it has helped fleets of all sizes to achieve same-day access to delivery documents, reduce operating costs, increase driver satisfaction, speed cash flow and improve operating efficiency that enables growth without adding head count.
“U.S. Xpress has been a good customer of Transflo for years,” says Frank Adelman, senior vice president of Pegasus TransTech, based in Tampa, Fla. “We’re excited about the opportunity to serve their document delivery needs, and we believe their choice to adopt Transflo Express truckstop scanning is just the latest example of how U.S. Xpress uses technology to improve service to their drivers and customers.”