Go to Trucks > Haulers.
Click the [+New Hauler] button or edit and existing Hauler by clicking Edit.
Hauler ID: The shorthand ID for the Hauler
Internal: Your company is hauling the material.
External: An outside company is hauling the material.
The desktop ticketing application will notify the operator during ticketing if the Hauler's insurance is expired
When finished, click Update.
Haulers can also be assigned to one or more Customers.
From the Haulers table, click the Assign button.
Once assigned, when ticketing with one of the Hauler's Trucks, only assigned Customers will be visible.
Trucks for can be added or managed by going to Trucks > Trucks.
Add a truck via the [+New Truck ] button or edit an existing Truck with the Edit button in the Truck Table.
Hauler: The Hauler that the Truck is tied to.
Truck ID: The identifier for the Truck
RFID/BLE ID: If you use an RFID/BLE scanner, you can set the ID here.
License Number: The Truck's license number.
Truck Type: Select the Truck Type, if used
Note: This must be set up beforehand on the Truck Types page under Resources
Weight/Volume Capacity: The capacity for the Truck can be set to prevent overloading.
Tare Weight: This can be set during Truck creation, and edited at any time.
License/Insurance Expiration: A field to store License/Insurance expiration dates.
Status: Set to Active to be able to ticket the Truck.
Note: If you cannot locate a truck at the desktop scale app, check the Web Portal to see if it is Inactive.
When you're finished adding or editing a truck, click Update to save your changes.
Trucks and Haulers may also be managed from the Fast-Weigh Desktop scale house app. Any tare weights captured at the scale house will be synced to the Web Portal.
Highlighting a truck in the table will allow you to upload relevant images and documents.
These may include truck inspection photos, license and insurance paperwork, or anything else important for truck maintenance and records.