Cargo Chief launches TMS aimed at small carriers

Cargo Chief launches TMS aimed at small carriers

DALLAS. Cargo Chief has launched Tracks TMS, a web-based transportation management system built to improve efficiency and scalability for small and mid-sized carriers by connecting their entire business in one system including dispatching, load tendering, track and trace, customer invoicing, and calculating driver pay.

“Tracks TMS is designed to automate and simplify the daily challenges that carriers face in getting loads delivered on time, drivers paid, and new shipments dispatched,” said Russell Jones, Cargo Chief CEO. “Tracks TMS connects all of these disparate processes via any device, providing flexibility while saving both time and operating costs.”  

In addition, Tracks TMS has mobile device capability. Through an SMS (text message) push between the dispatcher’s computer and the drivers’ cellular device, load confirmations can be communicated and Proof of Delivery (POD) can be sent immediately after the load is delivered - all without downloading an app. 

Raven Inc., a regional carrier from Selma, Cal. has been a pilot customer for Tracks TMS for the last six weeks: 

“Tracks TMS has made it simple to have everything in one location,” said D.J. Randhawa, operations manager for Raven Inc. “From dispatch, to my drivers and location of my trucks, it is a very easy program to use.” 

The solution can be accessed from any Internet-connected device and can integrate with an existing accounting solution, according to the company. As well, the system is integrated with many popular load boards, so carriers can find a load and/or post an available truck on multiple load boards from one screen.  

Another pilot customer for Tracks TMS, Percy Transportation, a temperature-controlled carrier, has already seen the value of the solution after only two weeks of use:

“I felt confident from day one that I could run my business through Tracks TMS,” said Tom Stawinski, Percy Transportation owner. “It is robust in function for a carrier like us, but simple enough for every technology acumen level to use.” 

To get a demo and more information on Tracks TMS, visit  

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