CAMPBELL, CA - Trucker Path, creators of the world’s leading app for truck drivers with 1M downloads, announces the public availability of Truckloads, an optimized freight marketplace that is supported by a large community of freight companies and motor carriers.

Truckloads is now available to all freight companies and motor carriers as a free download for Android & iOS devices and as a web version at The new platform enables freight companies to quickly and easily access available trucking capacity across North America. Likewise, motor carriers can find and book loads with a highly efficient and reliable process that includes free access to “days-to-pay” credit scores on freight companies.

The general release of Truckloads follows a beta testing period in which the app was downloaded 25,000 times and is on pace to achieve 10,000 weekly active users and sustain 15% weekly growth.

Currently, 300 freight companies are posting over 800,000 loads per month using the Truckloads platform, and Trucker Path expects 325 more to join in the near future. Freight companies that join gain immediate access to more than 150,000 owner operators who have already installed and enabled the PRO version of the popular Trucker Path app. As an added benefit, freight companies also get instant access to “verified locations” of available trucks.

On the capacity side, a new feature in Truckloads lets motor carriers inform customers of their availability status. On March 30, this new Truck posting feature will be available on the Trucker Path app for Android with a later release date planned for the Truckloads app and the iOS version of Trucker Path.

As an additional benefit, Trucker Path has added a Fuel View enhancement to the Trucker Path PRO app that gives drivers real-time visibility to fuel prices on a map view. According to research collected from Trucker Path’s user community, drivers can already save approximately 51 minutes per trip by using the app’s trip planning tools, which translates to $600 monthly. Fuel View aims to save drivers even more