Ohio fleet adopts Transflo $Velocity

July 27, 2012

Temperature-controlled broker Triple T Transport has implemented Transflo $Velocity from Pegasus TransTech. The solution will allow quicker transmission of documents from its carriers.

To utilize the service, a carrier simply downloads a free piece of software from www.transflovelocity.com, enabling the carrier to capture and transmit documents and data electronically in a single transaction.

Triple T, in business since 1988, is a non-asset-based broker with offices in Wisconsin and Florida as well as Ohio. With about 60 employees and $100 million in sales annually, the company specializes in refrigerated transportation, handling both produce and prepared foods.

“I’m pleased that $Velocity is working out for Triple T,” said Bob Helms, chairman and CEO of Pegasus TransTech. “$Velocity strengthens the broker-carrier relationship and provides an operating edge that speeds the process of documentation and billing for both parties.”

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