Quik, the leader in service department video adoption, announces FREE service for the Heavy-Duty trucking industry during this state of emergency.
COVID-19 has changed everything. From the way that we work, the way we shop, to the way that we interact with others. The pandemic is affecting everyone, in every city, state, and country. We are all facing the same fears and concerns. We are all concerned about how it ends. We are all concerned if it passes, will it return? The most intimate and immediate concern in most families’ hearts is do we have enough of what is needed to make it through this uncertain time?
Americans are proud of all the people that make up our supply chain.
Manufacturers continue to produce. Farmers continue to grow and harvest. Suppliers continue to distribute.
“As someone who has spent 40 years of my life working within the Heavy Duty Trucking Industry, I would like to acknowledge the people that keep things moving in America”, says Carl Josey, Head of Heavy Duty Trucking Division at Quik. “The employees of the trucking companies, the independent owner-operators, the truck dealers, the independent service providers, the warehouse distributors, the OEM Truck and Engine providers and all of the component manufacturers. If any one of the aforementioned slow down or shut down, things begin to unwind. Goods and material must make it to their destination along the supply chain, it is our responsibility to ensure they do so.”
We need to keep trucks and the Heroes that drive them on the road, and we need to make sure those trucks and drivers are safe.
Quik is announcing to all Heavy Duty truck service departments throughout the US and Canada that you can utilize our service in your facility FREE of charge.
Quik will also provide online training for your staff, again FREE of charge.
Quik’s high tech solution will help the continued movement of vital supplies throughout the Nation.
We all have one goal, to keep material moving in the US and Canada. That means that the equipment needed must be road-ready, capable and most importantly safe to operate. A truck or trailer that can’t roll and produce the movement of goods is now a disaster. The mission is halted. The fuel, water, food, medicine, building materials, paper goods, etc. needed somewhere along the supply chain is stopped cold. Not to mention, the material that is destined to be transported on the backhaul is delayed. A truck or trailer that had been shut down in Denver for 24 hours and is now shut down in Salt Lake City for a different mechanical issue is a failure. Especially, if the new issue was evident in Denver. If the technician performed an inspection of critical system and safety issues and advised the customer of its severity, additional disruption to the supply chain may have been avoided.
The major upside is simple, by getting the approval sooner, you can put that truck back on the road quicker and keep all those much-needed emergency supplies moving, not to mention everything else moved by truck.
So how does Quik help?
Fleet managers just like so many Americans and Canadians are either furloughed or working remotely, thus adding to the time it takes to secure approval for any repairs that are required to keep that truck moving.
Using the Quik application your technician can make a short video highlighting the recommendations being made. This video along with the electronic MPI are sent directly to the trucking company or fleet manager by email and text and he/she can view the video right on their phone and by text approve the work. Payment can also be made via text through our secured payment platform.
Keep trucking with Quik
Quik is announcing to all Heavy Duty truck service departments throughout the US and Canada that you can utilize our service in your facility FREE of charge. Quik will also provide online training for your staff, again FREE of charge.
Everybody in the medical, bio, trucking, logistics, emergency services, and both local, state and Federal governments are working at breakneck speed to contain and control this epidemic.
Here at Quik, we want to do our part.