Truckstop.com handles about 500,000 loads per day and has 200,000 active users. he New Plymouth, Idaho-based company said there is no evidence that any customer information was compromised, and systems are being continuously monitored for irregular activity. As of Dec. 26 they had major desktop services and were still working to restore other critical systems.
The outage hit at least seven sites owned by Truckstop.com. The affected services include the app-based load board, factoring, carrier onboarding, RFP tool, real-time freight monitoring, SaferWatch and ShipperMate. Most of the major services are up and running, the company said.
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