AggDirect is a logistics mobile app designed to provide aggregate materials, manage routes, and confirm deliveries in real time. We support customers of all types that need hauling services and/or aggregate materials for projects, including general contractors, real estate developers, quarries, real estate owners, and local, state and federal governments. Open an account with AggDirect to order trucks to deliver materials or remove materials from a jobsite directly from your mobile device.
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Adding your trucks to our app helps you:
Customers can place orders for available trucks and materials from local suppliers directly on AggDirect’s mobile app. Your orders are saved and accessible to you on-the-go or at your office right from the app.
AggDirect connects certified truckers with customers searching for trucks to haul freight, such as aggregate materials. Scheduling is done through the mobile app and made simple for your convenience.
Register your account by providing following information:
After account confirmation, download the app and log in!
AggDirect is currently available in Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia. Sign up to find out when AggDirect will be available in your area.
AggDirect is not the manufacturer or original source of any materials order on the mobile app and only pass-along the information provided by the manufacturer or supplier, if any.
No, AggDirect does not offer any implied or express warranties whatsoever on any materials and is not a manufacturer or original source of any materials. AggDirect is a third-party technology services provider.
Yes, in general, you can cancel an order so long as it is within the permitted period of time and you properly cancel the job in the app or by notifying an authorized representative of our team.
Generally, 24 hours prior notice is sufficient, but please note that this may vary depending on the availability or demand of trucks and materials.
There are several different types of customers that AggDirect works with to provide hauling services and/or aggregate materials, including for example quarries, developers, general contractors, public-private partnerships, and government (city, county, state and federal), among others.