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“Now that AscendTMS is connected to our vast driver network (Trucker Path Truckloads), the brokers, carriers and shippers that use the AscendTMS (system) can push out available loads directly from their TMS system to get immediate access to available capacity,” Founder and CEO Ivan Tsybaev stated. (The Trucker file photo)
“Now that AscendTMS is connected to our vast driver network (Trucker Path Truckloads), the brokers, carriers and shippers that use the AscendTMS (system) can push out available loads directly from their TMS system to get immediate access to available capacity,” Founder and CEO Ivan Tsybaev stated. (The Trucker file photo)

BRANDON, Fla. — Trucker Path and InMotion Global Inc. have combined their transportation logistics systems, the companies reported June 29.

InMotion Global’s AscendTMS, the cloud-based transportation management system (TMS) for trucking companies, freight brokers, third party logistics providers and freight shippers has been integrated with the Trucker Path Truckloads online marketplace, said Ivan Tsybaev, founder and CEO of Trucker Path. Trucker Path is based in Mountain View, California with an additional office in Austin, Texas.

“Now that AscendTMS is connected to our vast driver network, the brokers, carriers and shippers that use the AscendTMS (system) can push out available loads directly from their TMS system to get immediate access to available capacity,” Tsybaev stated.   

Tim Higham, president and CEO of InMotion Global, said “This is yet another major milestone for AscendTMS and our fast growing client base. Our clients want a unified TMS eco-system that runs their entire logistics business, and will connect seamlessly to THEIR partners, like Trucker Path. We are the first and only TMS provider to give load posting access to Trucker Path’s vast network, and that means more full trucks and more profits for everyone.” 

Released in late 2015, the Trucker Path Truckloads network is the fastest growing capacity platform in the United States trucking industry, the company claimed.  A large community of freight companies and motor carriers use the mobile and web-based versions of Truckloads to source loads using real-time information on available truck capacity with verified driver location data.

More than 450,000 independent operators and company drivers now use the Trucker Path Pro app to locate available truck parking, monitor fuel prices, receive navigational assistance, and optimize other daily trip-planning activities, Tsybaev said.   

In addition to the new Trucker Path offering, AscendTMS provides fully customizable load management screens, free GPS load tracking built into the TMS and load posting to 53 different load boards, Higham said. The platform also provides document management, free driver texting, fleet and asset management, load funding, brokerage management, easy accounting, full reporting, user role management, branch and agent management and more.   

AscendTMS continues to be the only TMS offered at no cost for the base system.  It is also the only TMS that can be launched immediately from a website by new users with no contract, upfront fees, credit card, or long-term license agreement, Higham said. AscendTMS continues to be the world’s leading cloud-based freight brokerage software, trucking software and shipping software, he added, and has won every major industry award over the last 14 years.  

The Trucker Path product, Truckloads, is a freight transportation marketplace that helps freight companies find available carriers to haul their shipments.  It comes in two web interfaces - one for freight companies, one for carriers, and a mobile app for carriers. Currently Truckloads is the only platform that has access to 30 percent of Class 8 drivers in the United States.  

In June 2015, Trucker Path raised $20,000,000 of capital, which sums up the company’s total funding to $21.5 million. Trucker Path’s ultimate goal is to make U.S. trucking more efficient, enjoyable and better paying. 

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