The elimination of paper job tickets is just the beginning when it comes to the benefits that e-ticketing provides for the construction materials transport industry. E-tickets are more accurate and easier and faster to fill out than paper tickets. And they also provide more detailed information that changes dynamically with your jobs, increasing operational efficiencies across your fleet.


What is an e-ticket?

Much more than just an electronic replica of a paper job ticket, an e-ticket contains all the real-time job information required by drivers and management to get jobs done in the most efficient manner. This information can be shared with stakeholders outside of your organization, giving you and your business partners greater visibility into the status of jobs and helping to build trusting relationships.


What information is in an e-ticket

  • Order/job information
  • On-screen navigation (to the job and back to the plant;  to the pouring point on site; works with unmapped roads, particularly useful on large new sites where road signs can be rare)
  • Information from the first truck on site
  • Delivery status updates
  • Slump information
  • Sensor data
  • Batch results
  • Inspection and test results
  • Proof of delivery
  • Invoicing and payment processes


A major limitation of paper ticketing systems is that once the ticket is printed and in the truck, any further changes cannot be updated. Drivers must be contacted via radio or telephone, a process which isn’t always efficient and can lead to lost loads and expensive mistakes. By using e-tickets, the updates come through dynamically on-screen, and the right people get the right information on time to make better, informed decisions to ensure everything goes to plan on site.


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E-Ticketing Brings Many Benefits to Construction Businesses

by | Oct 24, 2022 |

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