Chandler’s mission is dedicated to providing excellent customer service, which is why we are offering Electronic Ticketing to help make it easier for customers to do business with us. 

  • Minimize paper and lost tickets.
  • Easy to forward to project manager, superintendent, accounting, etc.
  • Accessibility.
  • Saves time.

Frequently Asked Questions

When will Electronic Ticketing be available?

We plan on beginning the rollout in the July / August 2018 period.

In what markets are Electronic Tickets offered?

When the rollout begins, Burlington, NC will be the first market that will have Electronic Ticketing.

How long will it take to get Electronic Tickets in my market?

Once we begin the rollout and address any unforeseen issues we will expand to additional markets.

Do I need to sign up or do anything to prepare for Electronic Tickets?

No. However, once it is available in your market, to have a copy of the signed ticket emailed to you after the ticket is signed, you must provide us with an email address for your jobs / projects. To sign up to receive emailed tickets, click here.

How will I receive Electronic Tickets?

Once your email has been confirmed and associated with your account, after each load is completed and the Electronic Ticket is signed and accepted, you will receive an email with a PDF copy of the ticket. To see a sample ticket, click here.

I have large placements, will I get too many emails?

You will get an email for every ticket. A few strategies you could try are: 1) create a new email that only receives your electronic tickets. 2) emails will be sent from with the subject “Automated Chandler Concrete – Ticket”. You can use this information to automatically place the emails to another folder in your mailbox, bypassing your inbox.

This is great, but I like paper?

We understand that not everyone is interested in receiving Electronic Tickets. Our drivers will continue to carry a printed ticket with each load for you to keep. The only change you will see is that you will not sign a paper copy, but rather you will sign the electronic copy for us to keep in our systems.