Household goods shipping company moves to electronic logging devices

Household goods shipping company moves to electronic logging devices

Kathy Grigsby, Safety & Risk Management Director for COVAN and Coleman American-Allied, shares her experience implementing electronic logging devices fleet-wide.

And as you’ll see, her experience was a positive one.

As Kathy explains, CSA has added a layer of complexity to a safety manager’s job. Once harmless form and manner errors and “fix it ticket” items, now mean big penalties for trucking companies. Her job has been to ensure trucking regulatory compliance, and Turnpike from XRS has helped her do that. Electronic driver logs, driver vehicle inspection reports, IFTA fuel tax reporting and a multi-authority functions help Kathy reduce her paper management headache, as well as that of her drivers.

(Xata is now XRS.)

2 Comments

  1. Puro Paisa on August 9, 2022 at 1:59 am

    I work there in covan 75

  2. Helen G on August 9, 2022 at 2:09 am

    I worked there for 20 years and I know how crooked they can be. they don’t pay fairly and they they don’t work everyone equally. us Americans are second on the list when it comes to jobs. they rip off the government by bumping the weights using forklifts to lower the trailers with pressure weight. they repack code 4s when the shipment has seals you aren’t supposed to bust those seals but they do it anyways ..

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