Trucking Web Site Helps Truckers and Shippers Save Money in Tough Economy
Released on: June 11, 2008, 5:43 pm
Press Release Author: ThatPRGuy.com
Industry: Transportation & Logistics
Press Release Summary: The nation's goods move by truck, even when gas prices go up, and both truckers and shippers turn to TruckInfo.net to keep the cost of moving those goods down.
Press Release Body: Indiana, PA - Trucking web site TruckInfo.net offers truckers and shippers everything they need to keep the cost of moving goods by truck to a minimum, even as gas prices continue to rise.
Trucking company owner Scott Elgin began TruckInfo.net in 1995. The site has long been established as the place for truckers and shippers to meet to find load boards, trucking jobs, hot shot freight load boards, pilot cars, and a place to buy and sell trucking equipment.
TruckInfo.net has long been established as the premier trucking portal on the Internet, and now the many years of experience helping truckers and shippers keep costs down is paying off in a time when gas prices are high and the economy is struggling.
"No one likes higher prices for gas, but it is a fact of life that will not go away. Truckers and shippers use our site to find each other. They use our resources to keep transportation costs as low as possible in this very tight economy," said Elgin.
Elgin has created a web site that provides everything needed by the transportation industry all in one place. It offers a load board so truckers can find freight and post empty equipment, a dealer center for sales of equipment, a career center with job listings for all jobs in the transportation industry, a hotshot load board where transporters can bid on shipments, a pilot car network, and an innovative pay per click advertising program.
Elgin is the author of \"Cost Per Mile,\" and \"Profit Per Mile\". He has owned a medium sized trucking company for over 25 years. In 1995 he could not find the resources his company needed on the Internet, so he created http://www.TruckInfo.net
Because of his foresight, TruckInfo.net has grown and evolved over the years, and now today it is the tool the transportation industry uses to keep the goods moving, even with high gas prices.
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Contact Details: Press Contact: Scott Elgin 724-349-3224
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