C.R. England Goes Paperless

Published online: Nov 09, 2001
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C.R. England, a name widely recognized in the United States potato industry as one of the top refrigerated truck lines hauling produce, will go paperless with internal operations.

TripPak Online Enterprise software will be integrated into company operations. This makes C. R. England one of the first fleets in the nation to adopt an internal imaging system.

The package provides an end-to-end solution, a secure environment for out-sourced material with trained document preparation technicians and high-integrated workflow software. The system will allow for meeting shipper demands for proof of related paper work.

It will also allow the company to release audited invoices the day after delivery. The idea is to fix a company's cost on variable activities like handling paper, managing non-driver labor and infrastructure and do it without losing control of documents.

C.R. England, established in 1920 with headquarters in Salt Lake City, UT, has facilities in Canada and Mexico with over 2,600 trucks serving North America.