CLH launches a new digital delivery note system “e-albaran” in its logistics network

  • The new electronic delivery note bolsters the efficiency of loading operations, facilitates the control and processing of this information and is fully valid with public agencies for legal purposes

The CLH Group has implemented a new digital delivery note system that enables road tanker drivers to download the documentation for fuel loading operations provided by facilities onto a mobile device, thus improving the efficiency of the operations and service quality.

The e-albaran note system has already been implemented successfully at 9 terminals in the network and will gradually be deployed at all the other facilities in Spain, as well as expanding its functionalities. 

This new digital delivery note and documentation system will significantly reduce the time needed to access information and to communicate with third parties and it increases the security of the process, as well as being available at any time.

With this new digital delivery note system at CLH, all the documentation related to road tanker loading operations can be managed using a mobile application: e-CLH, available on Google Play and the Apple Store platforms.

This system simplifies the loading distribution process by providing drivers with all the information on their mobile devices, so all they need to do is register the different steps, thus helping avoid errors and ensuring that the information is highly reliable.

All the details of the loading process are sent to our IT systems in real time, so that the information is centralised, up-to-date and accessible.

With e-delivery notes, the recipient, carriers and oil operators also automatically receive a digital copy in their systems, thus avoiding delays and losses when sending documents and facilitating the control over and processing of this information.

In addition, this system simplifies daily work by avoiding the need to scan and file paper copies because the digital delivery notes are fully valid with public agencies for all legal purposes. The system will enable us to save more than 40,000 kg of paper per year and will prevent the emission of 150 tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere.

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