The benefits and possibilities

As a truck driver, work flexibly and comfortably from the Netherlands, but also be at home enough to see your family and friends. You can! By working in systems through Transport People. Discover how you control your work schedule, with regular free periods to go home. On this page, you will learn more about the benefits and possibilities of working in systems.

What is working in systems?

With us, you can choose to work in systems. That means you have the freedom to go home regularly. Whether you work 6 weeks straight and then go home for 2 or 3 weeks, or whether you go for the 3-1 or 4-2 rhythm, we will listen to your wishes and find a company that fits them exactly.

Pros and cons of working in systems

We provide one room per person.
Ability to go home during the off weeks.
You decide how long you work and how long you have free time. 
No BSN number yet? We'll take care of that too. 


Honestly? None, except that you need your own transportation to travel to and from the Netherlands. 

proscons systems

We believe in fair opportunities

Would you like to work in the Netherlands, but prefer to work without a system? That's also possible! In this case, you can request vacation days just like anyone else and visit your family or go on vacation during this period. Taking vacation days and leave flexibly is negotiable. We understand that sometimes life is unpredictable.

When working in systems through Transport People, you get the same pay as you normally work for us. There are no extra allowances or deductions attached to this. Because we believe in fair opportunities, no matter what your work rhythm is.

Where you will sleep when you work in systems

Housing-wise, we arrange for you to have a place to sleep. So you don't sleep in the truck, just in a comfortable bed. We try to hold this room for you even if you go home temporarily. This way you always have your place, close to your work and you don't have to constantly move your stuff back and forth.

Do you still have some questions? Take a look at our frequently asked questions page. Maybe you will get an answer to your question!