Aggregate Industries launches new app offering an express experience

  • 28 Feb 2017

It is now quicker and easier than ever to place collection orders on the go with Aggregate Industries, as it has launched a brand new phone app.

Specifically designed to enable customers to place collection orders from their contracts while on the go, the Express Collect app is now available to download.

Users simply have to add the product specification, quantity and nearest collection point available from the businesses’ national UK network, and its job done.

The activity follows on from the recent launch of the Express Asphalt app, which features a calculator mechanism enabling customers to determine the volume of asphalt required. An in-built GPS service supports it as it locates the nearest local depot, ensuring customers are able to pick up materials locally and efficiently.

General Manager of Express Asphalt at Aggregate Industries UK, Duncan Reaney comments that time is of the essence in the modern construction world and therefore any tool that can speed up the collection process is welcome news for busy contractors.

A dedicated customer service team and a guaranteed order turnaround of under 30 minutes for single loads of standard products are services provided on the new app, both now available from the App Store or Play Store for IOS and Android.

Visit the Aggregate Industries website

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