The tanker haulage company PCC Autochem Sp. z o.o. specializes in the international road transport of liquid chemicals. The company’s fleet has been continually expanded over recent years; today PCC Autochem owns 110 tankers.
New tractor units:
2012: 9 trucks (Scania)
2013: 10 trucks (Scania)
2014: 5 trucks with independent air-conditioning – working while the engine is off (Scania)
2015: 6 trucks with independent air-conditioning – working while the engine is off (Volvo)
2012: 3 bulks for the transportation of hazardous liquids (Magyar, Van Hool, Shräder), 2 silo trailers for solids (Feldbinder)
2013: 9 bulks for the transport of hazardous liquids (VanHool), 1 kipper for the transport of hazardous liquids (Magyar), 2 chassis
2014: 1 special truck (Scania), 2 kippers for the transport of hazardous liquids (Magyar), 5 rented tankcontainers
2015: 10 bulks for the transportation of hazardous liquids (Magyar, Van Hool), 1 special truck (Iveco), 4 chassis (VanHool), 2 rented chassis (VanHool), 16 rented tankcontainers, 5 tankcontainers (VanHool), 1 kipper chassis (Van Hool)
In 2012, PCC Autochem invested in a telematics system. This has been in operation since the beginning of 2013, providing continuous real-time vehicle position data. After the implementation process, company started to expand the system together with programmers by adding new, useful features. This cooperation, builded on PCC Autochem experience change the fleet control system into the multi-faceted tool.
Beside of location info it offers appreciable time savings by better use of drivers activities and current traffic preview, fuel control and data collection. This has resulted in increased service quality levels leading to enhanced customer satisfaction on one hand, and in cost reduction on the other.
PCC Autochem launched implementation of new software to improve administration, order planning, route planning and customer relationship management. On the test phase it was recognize, that the software has not been adapted to company specifics. At the moment the project is suspended and work on the specification are in progress, to ensure that the final software will meet all our expectations and needs.
2012 also saw PCC Autochem complete work on the development of a document management and workflow system. Since that time, all paper documents have been scanned, allowing them to be retrieved from any location for further optimization of the service quality level. In 2015 workflow system was expanded by adding new areas, to create modern, more automatic and secure documentation flow.