Joins Trucking Companies in Efforts to Eradicate Driver Shortage

The truck driving shortage could reach 239,000 by the year 2022. is helping trucking companies avoid this fate by matching drivers with jobs at


Denver, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/06/2015 -- In 2014, Business Insider reported a huge shortage of truck drivers in North America, predicting the shortage would rise to about 239,000 drivers by 2022. Interviews with various trucking company executives revealed the freight business simply needs more drivers in order to meet the demands of the industry.

Without the drivers they need, trucking companies simply aren't able to deliver on their promises of prompt service for the businesses and industries they serve. Knowing how difficult this can be, recently launched a website assisting trucking companies and truck driving job seekers find each other. Ultimately, the website plans to be a huge part of the solution to the truck driver shortage problem in America.

Keith Medina, a representative of, stated "The truck driving industry depends on drivers in order to be able to serve businesses and governments well. We aim to help trucking companies continue to do that by connecting them with well-qualified drivers. The type of service provides is definitely needed in an industry that truly needs to fill driving positions as soon as possible. Our desire is to see both the trucking companies and those who are looking for truck driving jobs get exactly what they need in the easiest, most hassle-free way. Filling out a simple form on our site or giving us a call is all an applicant needs to do to get started."

As Medina explains, "The trucking industry is perfect because it offers such a wide range of high-paying jobs to drivers of all experience levels. Once drivers obtain a commercial driver's license, there will be so many different opportunities available to them. There are great local trucking jobs that offer the incentive of being able to work within one region and have more time at home. There are also very lucrative long haul jobs that require more time away from home but give drivers the chance to travel and see the country. Drivers who are just getting out there on the road for the first time after truck driving school can expect to begin with a salary of about thirty thousand dollars per year, and that figure will likely go up as they gain driving experience."

"At a time where other fields and industries seem to be slashing jobs or are overcrowded with too many applicants, the trucking industry is clamoring for more drivers. Whether someone is looking to provide for the family or start a new and exciting career, provides the information and assistance they need to get started in the truck driving industry. We want to help as many people as we can while at the same time making a positive impact on the trucking industry as a whole."

About is a website focused on the concept of connecting those who are interested in truck driving as a career with the truck driving job they desire. Whether someone is an owner-operator, has been driving trucks for years, or has just recently graduated from a CDL training program, wants to make it easy for them to find the employment they are looking for. With a commitment to serving the truck driving community, strives to become the go-to website for current and future trucking industry employees looking for better opportunities, and it is their hope that their efforts can positively impact the trucking industry.