Improving the movement of freight.
Truckstop.com, founded in 1995 as the first load board on the internet, offers logistics solutions for transportation professionals through load planning, transportation management, real-time rates, and negotiation tools, as well as the largest industry credit reporting entity helping industry professionals find trusted freight partners.
The first load board to hit the web, “The Internet Truckstop” is launched in founder Scott Moscrip’s basement. Total employees: 1
The U.S. enters a recession. Freight company bankruptcies flood the market with used trucks. Truckstop customers surpass 30,000.
National average diesel fuel price is $1.98. Total Truckstop employees: 13
Truckstop adds a financial services division and telematics and fleet management products to its portfolio.
Trucks transported 81% of the value of trade between the U.S. and Mexico. Total number of Truckstop employees: 47
Truckstop adds a leading TMS to its portfolio. The Truckstop load board tops 3 million web visits in one month.
Internet Truckstop turns 20. Rebrands as Truckstop.com. Founder Scott Moscrip becomes chairman. Truckstop.com gets 700 million page views.
Truckstop adds transactional cargo insurance, a comprehensive rates platform, and LoadPay. New offices in Phoenix and Boise. Total employees: 310
Truckstop acquires Grizella (SaferWatch and PostEverywhere) to offer even more powerful software solutions in the freight industry. D&S Factors is acquired offering a full suite of payment services to carriers. Acquisitions further position Truckstop as an industry leader in transportation.
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