TruckPark Reserve uses EBS to streamline parking reservation process for dispatchers

Trucks on Parking Lot
TruckPark has implemented a new booking system that allows fleet dispatchers to easily reserve multiple truck-parking spaces at sites across the country.

CHICAGO — TruckPark has launched a new technology-rich enterprise booking system (EBS) that will enable fleet dispatchers to make multiple parking reservations seamlessly. The feature builds on the company’s existing mobile app.

The new EBS platform, branded TruckPark Reserve, offers dispatchers direct access to safe, secure parking for truck drivers and offers a guarantee from TruckPark that each reserved spot will be available when the driver arrives to park.

“TruckPark Reserve also provides fleets with improved business intelligence built into the TruckPark app,” said Anthony Petite, TruckPark’s co-founder and CEO. “We are developing a number of useful tools into TruckPark Reserve transforming the product into a superplatform for brokers, carriers and shippers to use.”

In addition, the EBS platform helps dispatchers plan routes more efficiently, increasing payload security and ultimately reducing a carrier’s driver turnover rate.

Joshua Walls, co-founder and chief operating officer of TruckPark, said he believes the new, proprietary EBS technology will help drive the continued rapid growth of the Chicago-based company.

“We are bringing a number of new large fleets into partnership with TruckPark because they are excited to be able to help their dispatchers efficiently find parking for their many drivers,” Walls noted.

Markham, Illinois-based DVL Express has partnered with TruckPark to help provide parking for its drivers.

“Thank you TruckPark for creating the simplest product for convenience to our customers, and we are happy to call you a partner” said Max Borisov, operations manager for DVL Express. “DVL Express is excited to partner with TruckPark on this new initiative. It allows our drivers to be more productive with HOS (hours of service) regs and route plan more efficiently.”

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