freight matching

Doft aims for greater freight transaction transparency

The start-up, launched last March, charges a $4.99 transaction fee to both shipper and carrier upon successful matching of loads via iOS shipper and driver apps.

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KeepTruckin gets $18M infusion

The infusion of venture-capital cash will allow the company, started as a smartphone-based logging platform in 2013, to take its current electronic logging device and small fleet management platform into new areas, including freight matching.

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Latest ‘uber for trucking’ launches app — this time, it’s from Uber itself

“Uber for trucking,” long considered a freight-matching unicorn, has come to a kind of fruition, with the ride-sharing giant today unveiling its brokerage's Uber Freight matching app aimed at the owner-operator market with a focus on dry van and reefer loads.

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Load boards’ mobile evolution

Trucker Path and its Truckloads app join major players DAT and Truckstop.com in an increasing number of operators' load board experiences, optimized for mobile devices.

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Another startup enters freight-matching market

Doft, which stands for “do freight transportation,” launched this month and claims to connect trucks and shippers within minutes.

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Dodging the middleman: On-demand freight matching progress report

On-demand load-matching services are seeing some success circumventing traditional brokers, promising gains for owner-operators in rates, freight availability and productivity. While no one service will be ‘Uber for all’ in the fragmented brokerage market, technology used by services large and small is moving in the same direction.

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Truckloads freight matching app hits downloads milestone

Trucker Path says more than 700 brokers post approximately 1.5 million loads per month using the Truckloads app.

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Xypper launches new app/web-based brokered freight tool

The company Xypper, Inc., has developed and launched a smartphone-app- and web-based system optimized for independent owner-operators to receive brokered load offers based on geographical location and availability.

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Uber enters trucking via Otto acquisition, co.’s announce plans for freight matching system

Trucking tech startup Otto announced Aug. 18 it has been acquired by ride-sharing tech giant Uber. The two companies say they have plans for not only deploying an autonomous retrofit system on tractor-trailers, but also for bringing Uber-type technology to trucking to create a nationwide load-truck matching platform.

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uShip Pro to drive European 3PL’s carrier connections

uShip's "Pro" technology backbone will power "Drive4Schenker," an online freight-matching and -management model launching later this year from a major European 3PL.

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