Buyers can search truck inventory by vocation, body type, and more.

Buyers can search truck inventory by vocation, body type, and more.

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A structured, searchable marketplace for work-ready trucks just launched from Work Truck Solutions: Comvoy pulls from the most extensive aggregation of commercial vehicle details and inventory to match customers with the right work truck for the right job – across any vocation, body type, vehicle, or upfit manufacturer. Surfacing results based solely on buyer needs, Comvoy supports the hard-working businesses that power the economy. 

Work trucks are used by industries that comprise nearly 80% of the U.S. GDP, including general contracting, electrical, plumbing, landscaping, farm and agriculture, package delivery, and more. These businesses are work truck buyers who have never had a fast, easy way to research, find, and get what they need.

Comvoy currently covers 25% of all work truck inventory in the U.S., including detailed specs on over 440,000 vehicles in 46 states (and counting).

Comvoy was created by Work Truck Solutions, a work truck configuration data owner and provider in North America, to meet this demand. 

“There are millions of businesses that need to use work trucks every single day. These are hard-working people who lose money when they don’t have – or don’t even know where to begin to find – the exact vehicle they need,” said Comvoy CEO and Founder, Kathryn Schifferle. “We built Comvoy to be the one stop shop for all things work truck. Your search results are never skewed around paid placements or sponsored products. This marketplace is built around what buyers need, and is about helping them get it. Period.” 

Comvoy aggregates every truck and component (body, upfit, equipment, pieces, and parts) – from OEM to upfitter to dealer – resulting in a transparent and comprehensive marketplace for the industry. Buyers can search by vocation (plumber, florist, towing), vehicle body (crane or dump truck, refrigerator or passenger van), vehicle manufacturer (Ford, Peterbilt, Mercedes), or upfit manufacturer (Knapheide, Truck Accessories Group (TAG), Kargo Master) to learn about and find the best vehicle for the job.

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