Toll Global Forwarding implements Transflo Express

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Toll Global Forwarding announced that it has implemented Transflo Express truckstop scanning from Pegasus TransTech. Transflo Express is designed to provide quick electronic delivery of trucking documents from the road, speeding payment for drivers and cash flow for fleets.

Toll Global Forwarding, based in Carteret, N.J., is a business unit of Toll Group, an $8 billion provider of integrated logistics based in Melbourne, Australia, with a network of more than 1,200 sites in 55 countries. Toll Global Forwarding provides sea service around the globe; its facility in Carteret provides ground transportation across the continental United States with a fleet of 150 trucks.

According to Director of Transportation Michael Divirgilio, Toll Global Forwarding in Carteret implemented Transflo Express early this year in order to streamline its billing and payroll processes. “We also wanted to reduce or eliminate the cost of overnighting documents from the road,” Divirgilio said.

Using Transflo Express, drivers can hand their delivery documents to a fuel desk attendant at more than 850 truckstops throughout the United States and Canada. In seconds, these documents are delivered electronically to headquarters for immediate billing and payroll processing. The driver retains the originals.

Divirgilio said driver like Transflo Express because they get paid more quickly, while things move more quickly in the office because payroll receives documents already scanned, while cash flow also has improved.

“Transflo Express delivers advantages to both fleets and drivers,” said Bob Helms, Pegasus TransTech chairman and chief executive officer. “We’re excited about the opportunity to serve Toll Global’s document delivery needs. Their choice to adopt Transflo Express reduces costs and improves efficiencies for both Toll Global and its drivers.”