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Trux Announces New Boston Headquarters

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BOSTON – Aug. 4, 2021-  Trux™, the leader in dump truck logistics technology, announced that its headquarters will move to 18 Tremont Street, Suite 220, in Boston's financial district. The move marks a significant development for Trux, as the 3,500-square foot office allows for more agility and growth in Boston's growing business landscape. Trux officially moved to its new space at the end of July.

"Moving from Waltham to Boston allows Trux more flexibility and public transportation options for our employees and puts us in the heart of the action in the city," said Bart Ronan, CEO of Trux. "We are committed to supporting a remote workforce while providing the in-person resources our team requires. Boston offers everything that a rapidly expanding business needs to succeed, and this move is a great compliment to the record success we've experienced over the last year."   

Trux saw top-line revenue growth of 133% in 2020, and so far this year has put $96.9 million worth of trucking through its platform, representing a growth of 62.5% over the same period in 2020. The SaaS platform also had a 17% year-over-year growth in active monthly users.

The new office space has four conference rooms, named after dump truck manufacturers: Mack, Kenworth, Peterbilt, and Western Star, along with several desks employees can book in advance. By moving away from permanent desks, employees can leverage the benefits of working from the office as much as they want while having the ability to book time in advance, all the while creating an inclusive and collaborative environment.

Trux still operates as a "remote" company as employees will not be mandated to come into the office. The company leverages Robin, a room scheduling platform, to coordinate time spent in the office. Inside, Trux employees and clients can book a desk or conference room for the day/week to handle meetings. Trux will be following all local rules and regulations regarding COVID-19, but the move to Tremont marks a significant step toward normalcy. 

Eighteen Tremont St. was built in 1902, and the mixed-use space currently holds retail space on the ground level and offices occupying floors 2 through 12. Trux joins established companies such as Archibus, Environmental Defense Fund, and Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation as tenants of the building. Inside, occupants can enjoy conference facilities, a fitness center with locker rooms and bicycle storage for commuters, and has easy access to Government Center, City Hall, Faneuil Hall, Boston Common, and many shops, restaurants, hotels, and apartments.


About Trux

Trux is the leading dump truck logistics platform transforming the heavy construction industry. The Trux solution is an all-in-one app that pairs a robust suite of logistics management functionality with a two-sided marketplace, connecting contractors and material producers with the nation's largest network of technology-enabled haulers. Trux users realize significant gains in the profitability of their logistics services through more efficient operations, better customer experience, and improved visibility into operations.