ACS, Ambest extend truckstop scanning agreement

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Affiliated Computer Services Inc. announced today, July 27, a five-year extension to its agreement with Ambest for the placement of TripPak Truck Stop Scanning services and TripPak Express drop boxes at all participating Ambest locations.

“This extension supports the growth and sustainability of our extensive truckstop scanning and drop box network,” says Kelley Walkup, division vice president and general manager for ACS Expedited Solutions. “With nearly 540 locations, ACS continues to provide the best and largest truckstop scanning and drop box networks to drivers and carriers, creating convenience in document delivery.”

In addition to TripPak Truck Stop Scanning, TripPak Express and TripPak Overnight are other services currently offered at participating Ambest locations.

“We are always looking to partner with key industry vendors to support our members’ efforts to better service their customers,” says Steve Allen, Ambest president. “Ambest is excited to extend our long-term relationship with ACS TripPak Services for an additional five years. We know that document scanning will continue to grow as a service that our customers are looking for, and ACS provides an excellent solution for this service.”

Through TripPak Truck Stop Scanning’s Capture AnyWare approach, carriers can utilize one, all or a combination of the following submission methods for receipt of their mission-critical documents: TripPak Express delivery, terminal scanning, fax, e-mail, in-cab or full-service truckstop scanning. With the scanning options offered by ACS, companies can have delivery of trip documents within minutes.

“Our continued partnerships with organizations like Ambest are a key component of the services we provide,” Walkup says. “We are dedicated to making the most of these partnerships and continuing to create a better bottom line for our customers.”