1. User creates a new order by entering the customer, product, qty of cars,
PO number etc.
1. Rail carrier delivers rail cars.
2. Loader selects the pre-load option on the hand held scanner and begins the
loading process by scanning his/her ID card.
3. The rail car number is scanned.
4. Product specification is entered.
5. Product temperature is entered.
6. Product origin is entered.
7. Operator is prompted with “Is Pre-Load Safety Sheet OK?” If
not “OK”, the defect list is entrusted to the office.
Post-Load (wireless handheld units)
8. The product is loaded.
9. Loader selects post-load option on the scanner begins the post loading process
by scanning his/her ID card.
10. The rail car number is scanned.
11. Seal #1 is entered
12. Seal #2 is entered
13. Operator is prompted with “Is Post Load Safety Sheet OK?” If
not “OK”, the product is off loaded and the defect list is entrusted
to the office.
As the field activity information is entered on the handheld
device, the same information is displayed on a terminal located
in the site office. The information is reviewed in the office
for accuracy. After the management personnel views the information
and makes any necessary corrections or notes, the cars are
entered into the system (entered equates to available for use).
Cars entered into the system are assigned to outstanding order(s)
as required. The process includes the printing of the Switch
List. The program also generates a completed BOL that is automatically
faxed, e-mailed, or uploaded to the railroad via FTP, depending
on management needs. A switch list is printed. The software
automatically generates the required data needed to create
the BOL. Since the volume of asphalt is predicated on temperature
per established API charts, the BOL has to be consistent with
the volume per the API table. This data is automatically created
by the RailLoaderPro system. At the discretion of the user,
the BOL that generated can be faxed, e-mailed, or uploaded
to the railroad via FTP per Kleinschmidt or the like. Once
the order is completed, the order is closed and written to
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