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Transtech Driven is the premier provider of IAP services and provides services to the majority of transport operators under the program. Why is this? Read on to find out!

Transtech is a leading provider of integrated mobile transport solutions. Providing solutions to meet operators every need, Transtech will work with you to gain every aspect of your transport operation to ensure the solution will see productivity and efficiency savings. From NHVAS, IAP, OBM or CTS, Transtech is there to help your operation.

Transtech’s Sentinel solution is a tried and proven solution utilised by some of Australia’s most progressive transport and logistics operators. Sentinel ensures a Transport Operator is in the position to comply with the latest Fatigue laws implemented across Australia.

Transtech’s range of compliance solutions are deployed in some of Australia’s largest operators, providing time and efficiency savings and assisting in maintaining compliance with Chain of Responsibility and regulatory requirements.

Combining fleet routing optimisation with GPS tracking allows companies to plan more efficient routes, monitor progress, and run performance analysis after the fact to further streamline operations.

eProof and eSwap make it easy for companies to track their assets and ensure deliveries take place on time in full and to specification. Electronic Proof of Delivery with sign on glass or photo capture give a high level of confidence to customers that their product will be delivered as promised.

At Transtech we believe that location based information is key to successfully managing assets, increasing efficiencies and providing leading edge customer service.

Transtech’s PAYG transport fatigue and compliance solution is designed to make compliance technology affordable for all companies, from an owner-driver through to multi-fleet national operations. The solution provides a way for drivers, back-office administrative staff and managers to view real-time information.

Transtech News

The application of telematics and compliance within fleets

22 July, 2014

Fleets within the transport and logistics industry are as different as a human fingerprint. Telematics that work for one fleet may not work for another, even within the same operation. This has allowed telematics to be introduced across the board in varying ways, moving away from just linehaul operations.

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Aberdeen’s new Fitzgerald Bridge on the New England Highway now open

27 June, 2014

After 18 months of construction, the new Fitzgerald Bridge on the New England Highway in Aberdeen is now open. The new bridge caters for Higher Mass Limits (HML), improving productivity by enabling more efficient and a more direct route through NSW.

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Congratulations to Broadbent Bulk Services on a great case study

27 June, 2014

The Transport Certification Australia (TCA) provides a brilliant insight into an expanding business with their case study, “Broadbent Bulk Services – Taking advantage of PBS through the IAP”.

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How Transtech can stretch your fuel dollars further

5 June, 2014

In mid May, the Australian budget was released. Although it puts aside a considerably increased sum for infrastructure growth, the reintroduction of the fuel excise means every dollar has to be stretched further than ever.

What if you could reduce your total fuel costs by 5% or more? What if you could increase a vehicle’s fuel efficiency on top of receiving fuel tax credits?

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“Am I Compliant?” An initiative by Transtech

14 May, 2014

Transtech, the leader in transport compliance and mobility solutions, has launched Am I Compliant– a website focused on spreading knowledge about compliance, regulation, technology and safety to the transport and logistics industry.

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Transtech’s continued commitment to the On Board Mass program in Queensland

7 May, 2014

Transtech is now approved to offer immediate support and enablement for the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR)’s version 2 of the QLD Interim On Board Mass (OBM) program.
The program provides operators with the opportunity to increase payload when utilising specific vehicle configurations. The expansion of the road network on routes such as the Port of Brisbane to Toowoomba, permits vehicles to carry increased mass in exchange for being enrolled in the program.

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Case Study

South East Queensland Hauliers (SEQH)

Customer profile
South East Queensland Hauliers (SEQH) is an industry-leading hauling company. ...