Vertrax Expands to Canadian Market with Successful Partnerships

Posted by Vertrax on Jun 20, 2017 3:38:13 PM

 

After successfully expanding into the Mexican market, Vertrax has recently published a press release regarding its expansion into the Canadian market.

Topics: press release

5 Steps to Better Load Management

Posted by Vertrax on Jun 5, 2017 12:44:45 PM

Tired of struggling with overbooked drivers and miscalculated routes? Want to find a way to track your fleet data to search for cost savings solutions? These are commonplace issues effecting every trucking company no matter how big or small. Fortunately, through years of trial and error, along with ample research, the logistics industry has come up with several viable solutions for improving load management. Implement the following steps into your fleet management system to boost efficiency and save both time and money.

Topics: trucking technology, load management

How to Minimize Ticketing and Invoicing Errors?

Posted by Vertrax on May 22, 2017 9:33:00 AM

 

Ticketing and invoicing errors can wreak havoc on a business. It can cause frustration and confusion for the office staff, the drivers, and the customers. It is bad customer service and it puts your company in an unprofessional light, making it appear unorganized and unstable. Worse than that, though, it can create a cash flow shortage that can impact your fleet and even cause a felt reduction. It can also slow production which can bring the entire operation to a grinding halt. However, as detrimental it can be if not done properly it is also one of the easiest issues to correct.

The Importance of Hands-Free Trucking Technology

Posted by Vertrax on May 17, 2017 1:39:45 PM

 

Safety is a major concern as distracted driving is a rapidly growing concern. When you consider that a loaded, large truck, such as a propane truck goes 20 to 40 percent farther than cars before it is able to fully stop, it is easy to see that steps need to be taken to protect truck drivers as well as other motorists. Federal regulations have clamped down on certain behind the wheel activities in an effort to make the roads safer. In response, tech companies are coming forward with safer, savvier, hands-free trucking technology solutions designed to keep drivers’ eyes and attention on the road while still having the ability to communicate.

Topics: safe driving, trucking technology