The ride-sharing app known as Uber has set its sights on shipping and logistics in recent years. In the same way that Uber has disrupted the taxi industry, the app is looking to do the same to freight shipping.
A new service known as Uber Freight pairs truck drivers and independent fleet managers with suppliers and retailers that need to move large shipments around the country, helping drivers make more efficient use of their cargo space.
As promising as this logistics model may seem, Uber Freight remains a work in progress. Learn more about this new service and how it could impact the shipping industry going forward.…
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