One Track
 
One Track

How It Works

Map the
Trajectory.

Track Your Material’s Journey from Start to Finish.

 

From the fabrication yard to their end destination, your materials ride on trucks, trains and ships. The OneTrack system labels and scans every piece of material at every stop along the way — ensuring you know where your items are at all times.

Step 1

Locked and Labeled

Highly trained OneTrack technicians label each piece of material with a weather-proof barcode sticker. Each item is labeled in several places so a barcode is always visible for scanning — even when material like pipes roll or shift during transport.

Step 2

Scan at every scene

Every unit is scanned at each transfer location and the information is stored in the online portal so you can track the progress of your materials all the way to your construction yard.

Step 3

Target Acquired

Once your material arrives at your jobsite and is unloaded, it is scanned a final time, recording its exact location in your yard — enabling you to find the item you need, when you need it.

Step 4

A reservoir of resources

Automatically obtain consistently accurate records of all your materials in the online portal. The minute something is scanned, it is recorded in your account, so your information is immediately organized.

All of that material belongs to you even after the job is complete, so you’ll always have the required compliance documents.

Start tracking your materials the smart way.

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