Another new team member

We are delighted to welcome Liam Rothwell to our team.
Liam is a new graduate with a degree in Computer Science and has already been with us for a few weeks. As well as getting to grips with the Truckcom office and mobile systems he is also helping us to have a greater social media presence.
Liam’s thoughts so far “I joined Truckcom as a graduate software developer but within my first few weeks I have also reviewed our social media, created a YouTube video, looked into web advertising and created an induction plan too. I’m glad I’ve been given the opportunity to branch out and explore different things.”

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A new Member of the Team

We are very happy to welcome Ashley Butcher to our team.

Ash has already got 4 years of development experience in the aerospace industry and we are sure that his enthusiasm and previous experience will be of great benefit to us.

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He says “My first week has been great, full of exciting challenges and learning. Hugh and the team have been very accommodating and are happy to answer any questions I have. Looking forward to the future at Truckcom”

Truckcom at Multimodal

Truckcom have had a close advertising relationship with Truck and Track magazine and their editor Barbara Ryan for several years now and this year we again placed an advert on her stand at the Multi-modal show. We again used our Seven Lincs “poster boys” on an eye-catching panel right in the middle of the stand. We were happy to attend on the Wednesday and to meet several of our customers there for a chat and hopefully to attract some new customers too.

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We’re looking for another developer to join our team!


This is an exciting opportunity to join our dynamic team using a range of leading edge technologies including:

  • .NET Framework, C#, VB .NET, ASP .NET
  • WPF, WCF and Silverlight
  • Mobile App development (Android, IOS and Windows Phone)
  • MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server Database Systems

We are also looking for the following qualities:

  • Good communication skills and the ability to work as part of a team and deal with customer queries and technical sales and support
  • The initiative and the confidence to tackle problems on your own

We’re interested in graduates with a 2.1 or 1st class degree in computer science or a comparable engineering or scientific qualification. They will have a knowledge of at least one of the technologies above, but most importantly a passion for programming and a willingness to learn new skills. At least a year’s experience in a commercial environment is preferred but proficient graduates would be considered. The role will be as part of a small and enthusiastic development team working on mobile and office applications.

Truckcom is a highly innovative company that has now been trading for more than 10 years and is growing rapidly. We provide a powerful HGV fleet management system based on smartphones and we pride ourselves on the continually evolving nature of Truckcom and the quality of service that we provide to our customers.

Our employee benefits include 28 days holiday + bank holidays, generous contributory pension scheme, employee health insurance and free parking. We pride ourselves on the friendly and supportive nature of our work environment.

The role will be based near Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, 5 minutes from the M11 and 10 minutes from Stansted Airport and fast rail links to London. Own transport is essential due to our location.

The Salary for this post will be £25K – £45K depending on qualifications and experience.  If you are interested in this position or know anyone who is please email katiewightwick@truckcom.co.uk

QR code Consignment Labels


Recently we’ve made an improvement to Truckcom that helps operators to track individual items of a consignment from collection through to delivery.

The labels which can be printed directly from TruckcomST now include QR codes, and Truckcom mobile now allows drivers to scan these codes, at collection and delivery. The driver can’t complete the collection or delivery until they’ve scanned all the items, which gives you the assurance that all items were collected and delivered.

In Truckcom mobile, the way the driver does this is using a new option named “Labels” in the POD menu (see below).  Using this option, before completing the collection or delivery, the driver can scan QR codes from each label in the consignment using Truckcom Mobile.  We have kept the process simple, focusing on creating a fast and efficient way to further track items.

The image below shows the complete process within Truckcom Mobile

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To generate the labels, TruckcomST users simply right click on a Job and select “Print Labels”. It’s as easy as that.

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Below are examples of the labels that are generated in TruckcomST.

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For any questions or more information please feel free to contact Truckcom support on 0800 644 4821.