TRUX, the first and only comprehensive dump truck logistics platform, is continuing its rapid growth with today’s launch in Chicago.
A look at some specific tech features that help digitize and automate company records, use real-time tracking, assure compliance, and leverage data.
Construction, logistics, and managing a fleet of dump trucks are not stress-free enterprises. Everything from driver shortages & compliance issues, to manual processes can weigh heavy on a company’s resources. However, there are new innovative technologies that can help companies address these challenges.
Companies offering their own dump truck services or outsourcing fleet work creates a demand that brings tremendous opportunity for those just getting into the field. If you're struggling with how to run an effective dump truck business, here are a few things you might want to consider.
When dump trucks are running late during a project, it’s more than just an annoyance. The material your dump trucks are carrying is essential for getting the job done. Their delay can bring the project to a standstill.
Growing your trucking business is no easy task, especially if you rely on manual or disjointed processes to capture data. Trucking logistics companies can supply you with up-to-date data across all channels of your business.
Trust us, as industry veterans, we know managing the logistics of your fleet isn’t easy. Dump truck work is demanding. However, we have outlined some solutions to help you manage your fleet, everything from making sure you are earning fair market value, to getting smarter with your logistics, and taking care of your top talent.