TruckerLine39s map shows its new users in July 2016 the company reports TruckerLine recently opened its driver network for direct carrier recruiting

TruckerLine's map shows its new users in July 2016, the company reports. TruckerLine recently opened its driver network for direct carrier recruiting.

TruckerLine opens driver network for carrier recruiting

TruckerLine announced it has opened its driver network — now totaling more than 20,000 Class A truck drivers, according to the company — for direct carrier recruiting.

Developed by Outset Partners Inc., TruckerLine said it enables drivers to build complete career profiles with relevant industry information and background documentation, which can then be provided to interested parties with one click. Carrier recruiters can now directly search TruckerLine’s network, browse resumes and receive background documentation with the driver’s approval.

TruckerLine profile on smartphone
TruckerLine allows truckers to build complete career profiles containing relevant background information.

TruckerLine noted it is expanding its carrier offering after a “successful” six-month pilot with public convenience retail supplier Core-Mark. “TruckerLine makes its users increasingly sought-after in the industry by enabling employers to make faster and more accurate hiring decisions, which ultimately benefits everyone involved,” said Joe Wegener, vice president of human resources at Core-Mark.

TruckerLine said it enables recruiters to not only search for drivers based on their home location but current location on the road as well. This allows companies to recruit based on a driver’s freight lane rather than just their home base, the company added. 

“From day one, our goal was to make getting a better job easier for drivers,” said TruckerLine CEO Chad Cashin. “Providing background documentation in a secure, easily sharable format, removes a lot of steps from the recruiting process, while enabling the best drivers’ experience and skills to shine through.”

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