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TRUX launches contactless ticketing solution

By |  July 20, 2020

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TRUX, a dump truck logistics technology company, unveiled its contactless ticketing solution for the construction industry.

The new tool allows contractors, dump truck drivers and material producers to safely and digitally record and track their data from construction projects without worrying about physical paper tickets, solving the problems that arise from physical tickets and receipts.

TRUX Contactless Ticketing is an e-ticketing solution that integrates sales orders and scale tickets directly into technology solutions for all participants in the material supply chain by leveraging unified digital dispatching, hauling and site contact load tracking and resolution software.

Traditional ticketing relies on paper slips that are easily misplaced, harder to submit for invoicing, contain non-standardized information and are often missing key details. Paper tickets also lack easily accessible historical data or insightful analytics because physical records are often kept off-site.

TRUX Contactless Ticketing meets established requirements from state Departments of Transportation across the country for digital ticketing, ensuring full conformance with modern regulations, the company says. With more than 16,000 approved drivers on its platform, TRUX is working to modernize ticketing in the construction industry and create safe, digitally-enabled worksites.

“Contactless ticketing has been one of our top priorities for the past few months, and after extensive testing with some of our key customers, we’ve launched today and are excited to help move the construction industry forward even faster,” says Bart Ronan, CEO of TRUX. “Contactless ticketing benefits all players in the field, and it helps solve many of the problems that paper ticketing presents.”

TRUX’s new contactless ticketing follows the debut of the company’s enterprise-level platform, Powered by TRUX, which equips material producers with the tools they need to provide service to their customers and software to their dispatchers. Additional features expected to debut on the TRUX platform this year include enhanced analytics, dashboards and insights.

Sarah Peecher

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