Quality Carriers to Deploy ELDs From Isaac Instruments

Quality Carriers drivers
Quality Carriers plans to deploy Isaac ELDs across its fleet this year. (Isaac Instruments)

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Liquid bulk hauler Quality Carriers has partnered with technology supplier Isaac Instruments to improve the in-cab experience for its drivers, the companies said in a joint announcement.

Through this agreement, Quality Carriers will deploy Isaac’s electronic logging devices and fleet-management technology across its fleet of more than 2,500 vehicles operated by its company drivers, affiliate drivers and owner-operators by the end of 2022.

“The promise of an enhanced driver experience and a simplified driver interface is exactly what we were looking for,” Randy Strutz, president of Quality Carriers, said in the Jan. 10 announcement.


Isaac’s technology is designed to streamline drivers’ workflows in addition to automatically recording hours-of-service information in compliance with federal ELD rules in the United States and Canada.

“We at Isaac are honored to be partnering with a fleet the stature of Quality Carriers,” said Jacques DeLarochelliere, CEO and co-founder of Isaac Instruments. “We look forward to working closely with Quality Carriers to provide drivers with an improved experience, while ensuring worry-free compliance, safety and efficiency.”


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Tampa, Fla.-based Quality Carriers, a subsidiary of CSX Corp., ranks No. 38 on the Transport Topics Top 100 list of the largest for-hire carriers in North America. The bulk hauler has more than 100 company-owned and affiliated facilities throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Isaac Instruments, headquartered in the Montreal area, said more than 40% of the largest carriers in Canada use its technology to automate workflows and improve efficiency.

Last year the technology supplier opened an office in Cleveland to manage its growth in the U.S. market. — Transport Topics

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