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Sleek Fleet connects drivers, shippers

Sleek Fleet LLC announces the official launch of its web- and mobile-enabled freight marketplace solution designed to directly connect owner-operators with loads from the world’s largest shippers.

The company offers an effective and efficient way for shippers to leverage the robust and reliable owner-operator network. Previously unfeasible for large shippers to retain records for a large network of individual owner-operators, Sleek Fleet maintains a database of verified drivers, with full driving histories and insurance information. It handles all transactions, paying drivers within four hours of proper paperwork submission.

Initially beta-tested in the Midwest, the marketplace continues to expand its network of verified, experienced independent drivers. The system is designed to ensure that there are no large carriers, brokers or underqualified drivers as part of the Sleek Fleet network.

Upon being verified, drivers can log in to the interface, choose from actual loads based on location and equipment, and submit bids. Drivers learn immediately if a bid was successful and are paid the exact bid amount, with no hidden fees or deductions.

Shippers, which pay a flat percentage to cover costs of technology, administration and accounting, experience seamless integration without disruption to current processes. All updates and data flow into existing enterprise resource planning or transportation management systems. The technology eliminates the waste of haggling, avoids fees imposed by brokers and provides transparent cost-structure information that shippers can leverage to further fine-tune their operations.

Drivers can access the online registration form at, and shippers can begin the onboarding process at

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