On-Demand Trucking: The Birth of Uber Freight

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Birth of Uber freight
SergeyK   7/18/2017 11:46:32 AM

Uber freight is launched. Uber itself entered the nische called uber for trucks, where a lot of it's competitors have launched their mobile solutions. Doft, Convoy, Coyotte... There are a lot of them. But no Wow! Effect to the industry. The adoption of this technology is pretty low now because the transportation is a relationship based industry.

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