edit About TruckerToTrucker.com
TruckerToTrucker.com is an online marketplace that specializes in attracting buyers and sellers of heavy trucks, trailers, parts and the associated equipment necessary for transport operations. The company provides buyers with detailed information, specifications, and multiple pictures of advertised products so they can confidently make purchases online. TruckerToTrucker.com also offers low cost, high return sales tools to sellers to create ads that reach thousands of potential customers on an easy-to-use website.
Jim McCormack, president of TruckerToTrucker, launched the company in January 2004 with the goal of helping truck and equipment sellers reach online buyers. The company is headquartered in Culver, Indiana and the site currently has more than 4,000 members and over 13,000 pieces of equipment for sale. Mr. McCormack started his business when he realized the trucking industry was poised for tremendous growth. He attributes his success to his company's ability to respond to the requirements of fleet owners as well as independent truckers and dealers.
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TruckerToTrucker.com is the easiest place to buy or sell trucks, trailers or parts online. The company goes to great lengths to make sure its ads are visually attractive and sales-oriented. All pages are accessible from the homepage and quick links are available for the most popular search phrases.
Ads run on TruckerToTrucker.com until the item is sold. The site offers flexible pricing:
- Single listing for $19.95
- Ten listings for $150.00
- Unlimited listings for $350.00 per month
All three options offer the same great features, including up to 20 photos per ad, full contact information, and the ability to reach millions of buyers across the world. All ads are shown on Google Base and Oodle at no additional charge. A counters placed on each ad allows the seller to check how many times a listing has been viewed. All ads appear immediately upon posting.
TruckerToTrucker features a valuable translation tool that opens listings to the huge multilingual market. Listings can be translated into Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
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TruckerToTrucker.com offers additional useful information for truckers. Buyers can list specific trucks or equipment they are seeking in the Want to Buy section. Trucking and driver jobs are listed, as well as information on logistics, financing, and insurance. The website's store offers parts at low prices from some of best equipment vendors in the country. A blog for truckers features stories, news and general information about what's going on in the trucking industry.
edit Additional Services
TruckerToTrucker.com offers a range of website services:
- Website design and promotion
- Database applications
- Search engine marketing and optimization
- Custom programming
For more information on any of these services, contact TruckerToTrucker.com. The company will gladly answer any questions.
- 13330 Sr 17
- Culver IN 46511 US
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