What to expect from Command Alkon at AGG1

By |  March 9, 2022

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Command Alkon, which provides software and technology solutions to the construction materials industry, plans to feature a variety of its products at the upcoming AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo in Nashville, Tennessee.

Among the products Command Alkon will highlight in Booth 2010 is its Libra system. According to the company, Libra is asphalt plant automation delivering seamless production, loadout and ticketing.

Apex, which is scale ticketing and automation for the aggregate and asphalt industries, will also be showcased at AGG1. Ruckit, TrackIt and Connex are in Command Alkon’s show plans, as well.

Ruckit is a cloud-based transportation performance solution while TrackIt focuses on fleet telematics and workforce management. Connex is a collaboration platform for heavy building materials suppliers, haulers and buyers.

Additionally, Command Alkon representatives will put on a number of demonstrations at its booth across AGG1’s three days, touching on topics such as e-ticketing, cloud-based dispatch and loadout.

“We are very excited to highlight our products in the Nashville this year at the World of Asphalt/AGG1 show and conference after a three-year absence,” says Kerry Dougan, aggregates market manager at Command Alkon. “It’s always a pleasure to feature our latest innovations, advise on best practices and offer demonstrations so that attendees can understand the efficiencies that can be regained in their own aggregate and asphalt operations.”

AGG1 is scheduled to take place March 29-31 at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee.

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