The dump truck logistics platform Trux is now available in Metro Phoenix and the company has plans for rollouts in 45 additional markets this year.
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The dump truck logistics platform Trux is now available in Metro Phoenix and the company has plans for rollouts in 45 additional markets this year.

Photo via Trux

The dump truck logistics platform Trux is now available in Metro Phoenix, marking the third launch in a major metropolitan area in the last few months.

Trux launched in Los Angeles in early January and is planning a national rollout in over 45 additional markets this year. Trux offers truckers, contractors and material providers a cloud-based dump truck management solution that includes automated dispatching, tracking, driver notification, paperless ticketing, and driver payment.

Trux gives independent dump truck drivers more ability to dictate their own schedules, giving them the freedom to pick the jobs they want and reduce time spent driving with an empty truck.

Trux offers drivers access to group rates and discounts for insurance, maintenance, and parts. For contractors, Trux provides access to available truckers to help add flexibility to their business operations.

“We are excited to be launching the Trux platform in the Southwest, a region that is experiencing a major construction boom,” said Jeff Gower, CEO of Trux. “Our goal is to help drivers, contractors, and material producers run their operations more efficiently with tools like GPS tracking, real-time job notifications, and valuable data insights.”

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