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Our Story

Before improving the hiring process for you, we figured it out for ourselves.

In trucking, safety and efficiency are the two most critical aspects of a well-run organization. We understand how it feels to have empty trucks sitting. We know the pain that driver turnover causes you. We recognize how disheartening it is when you feel like you’re constantly working from behind—even though you have a better vision for your organization and employees.

We’ve been in your shoes, which is why we knew there had to be a better waynot only to attract new drivers, but to empower recruiters with modern technology to simplify their jobs and create a better experience for everyone involved in the process—from the driver applicant to the recruiter to the executive team.

DriverReach is dedicated to raising the driver recruiting standard through our purpose-built platform supported by our team of experts with over 60 combined years of industry experience.

Meet Our Team

Jeremy Reymer - Founder and CEO
Jeremy Reymer
Founder & CEO

Jeremy is passionate and innovative in addressing the driver shortage problem, and has always embraced the concept of improving efficiency through the use of technology.
For fourteen years, Jeremy led regional CDL driver staffing company, Driving Ambition, before selling it in 2017. Now he’s 100% focused on helping others improve efficiency through technology with DriverReach.

Integrations and Partners

These solutions are some of the best in the industry and work great with our software.

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