TruckDown Releases New Version of Vendor Location & Management Service

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Listening to Users Pays Off for Commercial Fleets looking to Cut Costs and Save Time on Fleet Maintenance

WINNIPEG, Oct. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ - Over four hundred thousand North American transportation industry professionals use TruckDown's vendor location and management services every year. Today we are proud to officially announce the fastest and most user-friendly version of our platform in our twenty-year history.    "We had feedback from thousands of trucking industry professionals over a two-year period for this release. They said they wanted, even more speed and ease of use to connect with TruckDown's more than 40,000 service providers. And they wanted to manage the results." said Peter Gordon, Vice-President of TruckDown International. "We listened closely!"   Large fleets and owner-operators alike use this indispensable tool daily to help save time and expense when a breakdown occurs anywhere in North America. Finding qualified road service and repair shops is an important reason to use TruckDown, but so is managing repair calls and vendor relationships. Users can capture and share information with just a few clicks using any desktop or mobile device connected to the Internet. A wide-range of truck-specific GPS devices are also licensed to access the service. For commercial fleets and owner-operators, vendor location is all about speed, ease-of-use and accurate vendor contact and service information. To access the TruckDown service or obtain more information, please visit www.truckdown.com. About TruckDown: Founded in 1997, TruckDown Info International, Inc., provides fast, affordable, results-based services that connect fleets with high-quality service providers anywhere in the U.S. or Canada. Using the latest technology paired with best-in-class customer service, TruckDown enables fleets to reduce their maintenance and downtime costs while helping repair and service suppliers grow their businesses. For more information, visit the company website at www.truckdown.com. SOURCE TruckDown Info International, Inc.
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