Trinity Transport implements Transflo Express scanning

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Freight brokerage firm Trinity Transport announced today, Sept. 15, that it has implemented Transflo Express truckstop scanning from Pegasus TransTech to provide same-day access to delivery documents.

Trinity, headquartered in Seaford, Del., has regional service centers in Georgia, Texas, Missouri and Iowa, as well as more than 65 agent locations across the country. The company offers a full range of services, including full truckload, less-than-truckload, intermodal, international and produce services. Trinity also provides Web-based software to assist with carrier optimization and reduction of freight costs.

“In today’s economy, cash flow has become more important than ever,” says Greg Massey, director of administrative services for Trinity. “This will give our carriers the ability to significantly decrease the number of days between them delivering a shipment for Trinity Transport and us receiving the necessary documents by which we can pay them. We are excited to be able to offer this value-added service to our carriers.”

Transflo Express says drivers using its service simply hand their delivery documents to a trained cashier for scanning at more than 540 truckstop locations nationwide, including all Pilot and Love’s travel center locations; in seconds, these documents are sent electronically to the fleet for immediate billing and payroll processing.

Because Transflo Express expedites document delivery, fleets and drivers get paid faster, according to the company, which 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 to staff.

“Transflo Express can give brokers the competitive advantage they seek,” says Frank Adelman, senior vice president of Pegasus TransTech. “We’re excited to have one of the fastest-growing brokerage companies as our newest customer.”