DISA's Transportation Compliance team (DTC) helps carriers collect, manage, and maintain data for better, faster, and smarter fleet management and reporting that meets DOT regulations. We have the reporting expertise and innovative technology to deliver prompt and accurate information, on-demand reporting, and auditing solutions for companies of any size.
To remain compliant and safe, it’s important for carriers to have confidence in their fleet reporting. DISA's accurate, reliable, and on-demand reporting allows carriers to concentrate on operational performance while knowing they are taking all required steps in avoiding costly fines, penalties, and negative ratings, due to poor record keeping. DOT and taxing agencies demand accuracy in reporting and record keeping; it’s a must for transportation companies.
Fleet Management & Reporting Services Include:
DISA provides premier fuel tax, safety compliance, licensing and permitting, and tax recovery services to the transportation industry. With the abundance of data in the operations of today’s trucking companies, we can turn your already available data into something that can be used by drivers, operations, and corporate to help make important business decisions.
In addition to the fleet management and reporting, DISA also offers an expansive array of innovative IT services, which includes:
ACE eManifest Filing
ACE (Automated Commercial Environment) eManifest filing is the US Custom's goal of paperless trade in an environment of enhanced border security. Every commercial vehicle that approaches the US border must provide US Customs prior notification of their arrival. With the implementation of ACE, the information is transferred to the carrier to notify US Customs prior to the arrival to the port of entry electronically. DISA provides a full-service, ACE eManifest solution for all carriers, including faxing to your custom broker and obtaining entry numbers.
The Advance Commercial Information (ACI) eManifest is Canada’s version of the ACE eManifest filing. Effective since April 1, 2011, carriers must have their own generic Carrier Code to transport goods into Canada. Carriers must comply with this new requirement or risk fines. Rather than waiting until the last minute to register with the requirements, DISA can assist you and help you avoid being held up at the border and being assessed hefty fines.