A geofence is a virtual boundary, set up around a specific location. For example, around a specific job site, quarry, plant or stockyard. Technology companies, like TRUX, use geofences to trigger an action when a mobile device crosses the boundary of the geofence. Some key examples of how geofences can help streamline your business are: identify delays, create best practices, schedule smarter and use data to drive change.
Father’s Day is just around the corner and we’ve got some thoughts about what you should get your construction industry dad.
If you aren’t an owner-operator, you’ll likely work for a large fleet owner, a contractor, or a large material producer, all of which require different skills and equipment.
To find dump truck jobs, key actions involve building your client base, marketing your business, doing market research, and attracting new customers.
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.