Load volumes are traditionally computed from bulk densities (mass/volume ratios), but this method can be inaccurate. It is also labour intensive and time consuming for the contractor who receives product purchased by volume measure to manually level and check each truck load. “Prior to Loadscan we were counting carbon copy tickets, scanning and recording them into Excel. This was an extremely time-consuming process.
Loadscan has taken what used to be hours and streamlined it down to mere minutes. Loadscan has become an essential tool in our operation, as essential as the loaders that are loading our material. It’s been an essential marketing tool. Our consumers know they’re paying for what they’re getting and nothing more or less.
All of our Loadscans are connected wirelessly to our overview software. I can be anywhere and see each one of our locations, what our load count is for the day and how we’re actually loading those trucks.” says Lamar.