Pegasus TransTech updates Transflo Express website, directory

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Updated Jan 7, 2011

Pegasus TransTech announced it has updated its searchable online directory of locations which offer Transflo Express truck stop scanning. The upgraded service is available on a redesigned web page at and is designed to enable fleets and drivers to search for a truckstop location offering TransFlo Express in the United States or Canada. Users can search by zip code, city, or state and see all of the TransFlo Express truck stops in the region. A click on any individual truckstop will generate turn-by-turn directions to that location.

The company says the redesign reflects more than 35 percent growth of the TransFlo Express network of truckstops during 2010, much of which occurred as TransFlo Express became available at Flying J-branded truckstops in the Pilot Flying J system. TransFlo Express remains available at many independent truck stops in addition to Pilot Flying J Travel Centers and Love’s Travel Stops. Both of these chains signed long-term exclusive agreements with Pegasus TransTech during 2010.

“Since TransFlo Express is now available at almost 800 locations, we thought it was a good time to update the entire search function, not just the list of locations,” says Bob Helms, chairman and chief executive officer of Pegasus TransTech. “We’ve used the opportunity to make TransFlo Express even more convenient for our customers.”

With TransFlo Express, drivers hand their delivery documents to a truckstop cashier for scanning. TransFlo Express sends the delivery documents electronically to the carrier for immediate access to billing and payroll documents, allowing fleets and drivers to get paid faster.