EROAD backs Truckers Against Trafficking

Jan. 17, 2017
EROAD, an integrated technology and services provider, announced it will become a sponsor of Truckers Against Trafficking to support the important role truck drivers play in reporting crime on our nation’s highways.

EROAD, an integrated technology and services provider, announced it will become a sponsor of Truckers Against Trafficking to support the important role truck drivers play in reporting crime on our nation’s highways.

“In our ongoing efforts to give back to our community, we are becoming a sponsor of Truckers Against Trafficking,” said Gail Levario, vice-president, strategy and market development at EROAD. “We are proud of the industry we serve, and our employees overwhelmingly agreed that supporting such a powerful cause like Truckers Against Trafficking was a very meaningful use of our funds.”

“As a non-profit organization we depend on the generosity of companies like EROAD,” said Kendis Paris, executive director of Truckers Against Trafficking. “The more drivers we can train, the more victims we can save.”

Truckers Against Trafficking is a non-profit organization that works with law enforcement agencies and trucking companies to train drivers to recognize and report signs of human trafficking. Through their efforts, they have freed hundreds of human trafficking victims.

Portland OR-based EROAD’s in-vehicle technology and global electronic platform provides commercial vehicle operators with automated solutions to manage and pay road user charges, meet regulatory and compliance obligations, including the 2017 electronic logging device (ELD) mandate, and provide a range of commercial services.

Go to www.eroad.com for further information.

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