Tri-State Motor Transit implements Transflo Express

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Updated Nov 9, 2012

Tri-State Motor Transit Co., a carrier of hazardous cargo, has implemented Transflo Express truck stop scanning from Pegasus TransTech to expedite its payroll and billing processes.

Pegasus TransTech is a provider of truck stop scanning, in-cab scanning, smart-phone scanning, and other document management services.

Tri-State Motor Transit’s national fleet of trucks, based in Joplin, Mo. with terminals throughout the U.S., specializes in hauling for the U.S. Departments of Defense and Energy. The carrier traces its origins to moving mining explosives in 1929 and carrying munitions beginning in 1935. Since then, the carrier has handled everything from nuclear material to rocket engines to small air-bag explosive units for automobile manufacturers. 

“We wanted to offer Transflo Express to our drivers,” said Felicia Joines, IT director for Tri-State. “We expect it to speed driver payment and our billing process to reduce days-sales-outstanding.”

With Transflo Express, a driver hands delivery documents to a trained cashier for scanning at almost 900 truck stops including all Pilot, Flying J, and Love’s locations. At many truck stops, drivers can scan documents themselves at convenient kiosks if they prefer. Either way, the documents are delivered electronically in seconds to headquarters for immediate billing and payroll processing.