Options for online load matching

The Internet-based load matching company NetTrans has announced one free and one paid subscription service for drivers and small fleets that do not have Internet access. Free access to the company's database of van, flatbed and reefer van loads is now available through Internet kiosks at 230 truck stop locations. The kiosks are operated by NetNearU and also offer paid access to other Internet services,

The Internet-based load matching company NetTrans has announced one free and one paid subscription service for drivers and small fleets that do not have Internet access. Free access to the company's database of van, flatbed and reefer van loads is now available through Internet kiosks at 230 truck stop locations. The kiosks are operated by NetNearU and also offer paid access to other Internet services, including web browsing and e-mail. Drivers can also use the kiosks to post equipment availability on the company's database at no charge.

The second option offers voicemail notification of new load postings for $10 per month. Equipment availability can also be posted by calling NetTrans.

Visit www.nettrans.com or circle 335 on reply card.

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