Titus Transportation implements Transflo Express

Dec. 21, 2009
Titus Transportation has become the latest carrier to sign on with the Transflo Express truck stop scanning solution

Titus Transportation has become the latest carrier to sign on with the Transflo Express truck stop scanning solution. The software, from Pegasus TransTech, offers same-day access to delivery documents.

According to Pegasus, drivers can simply hand documents to a fuel desk attendant at more than 540 truckstop locations nationwide. The attendant then sends the documents to the fleet for immediate billing and payroll processing.

“Our company has a history of high service standards and continuous improvement,” said Titus CFO Rick Acklin. “Transflo Express now gives us the ability to bill our customers more quickly and efficiently.”

Titus is a full-service dry van and refrigerated carrier operating throughout the continental U.S. Among its clients are Wal-Mart, Supervalu, Kroger, Food Lion and Sysco.

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