TORONTO, Ont. – Trucknews.com has launched a new and improved version of its Cyber CB message board as well as a job site for non-driving industry professionals.
Visitors to the message board can now post messages about anything at all and engage in conversations with other visitors. There’s a Trucking Issues section for topics relating to the trucking industry as well as a General Chatter section for off-topic discussions.
Registering is quick and easy and once registered, visitors can start their own threads or reply to existing ones.
To join in the discussions, visit trucknews.com and click Cyber CB on the menu at the left of the page.
Meanwhile, trucknews.com has launched the industry’s first online job site specifically for non-driving trucking professionals.
Truckopolis features postings for trucking industry careers such as mechanics, dispatchers, customer service reps and salespeople. The Truckopolis page can be accessed by clicking the Truckopolis link in the ‘Careers’ section on the left hand side of the home page.
“Truckopolis is the latest addition in a long line of Web-based services designed just for you,” announced Truck News publisher, Rob Wilkins. “If you’re looking for a career in trucking, this should be your first stop.”
Companies in the trucking industry can post jobs and manage their own ads online. Job seekers can search the job postings by location and category and then submit their resumes via a user-friendly form.
“For employers looking for qualified applicants, using a Web-based service such as Truckopolis will give you the opportunity to fill positions quickly and economically,” Wilkins said. “No longer do you have to wait long lead times to receive resumes. Truckopolis will be working 24/7.”
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