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Trucking Industry Fuels Industry…and Jobs

Updated: Nov 3, 2021

We see them on the road every day, trucks of various sizes traversing our highways and byways. But think harder about those trucks, what they might be hauling, what their destination is, who will benefit from their delivery.

The reality is that most of the freight being delivered by truck drivers is food, drinking water, and a wide variety of products that people and businesses from coast to coast rely on. In fact, 70 percent of all freight hauled throughout the United States is by truck drivers. With the pressure and responsibility on truck drivers to deliver, it’s easy to see how they help the economy.

As one of the most important assets in the trucking industry, drivers work together to keep up with supply and demand, particularly now that online sales has become such a dominant factor in driving today’s commerce. It’s critical for production and efficiency purposes that companies hiring truckers find the right person for the job, because a late shipment can spell disaster.

Trucking is one of the few jobs where you can work independently with minimal supervision. In many ways you are your own boss, whether you own your rig or not. You get to determine what hours you drive, as long as you show up to your destination on time and according to legal guidelines.

When it comes to the trucking industry, we go the extra mile!

Freight Girlz offers professional trucking dispatch services for owner-operators and fleets. We understand truck industry freight chainalytics and we’ll work with you to streamline your operation — ensuring products and goods are picked up and delivered in a timely manner. They receive calls for truck services and contact their fleet of truck drivers to arrange the pickups and deliveries. Find out more by giving us a call today.

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