This year, Uber Freight has donated the delivery of crucial goods like PPE, food, and water.
Uber Freight is partnering with charity Santa for a Day to deliver gifts to underserved children across the country.
Uber Freight will provide freight and logistics support, covering all costs of transporting the fresh produce from farms to warehouses.
One of our business strategists weighs in on the human side of technology and how Uber Freight’s products cultivate relationships while solving real problems for its customers.
Transplace’s third acquisition of 2020 advances the company’s strategic mission of supply chain visibility, innovation and optimization. Since the pandemic and global shutdowns, manufacturers face challenges such as too much inventory or the inability to scale to customer demand. Logistics leaders are seeking new strategies for inventory management and improving inbound logistics. Transplace’s latest acquisition,…
Uber Freight’s GM of carrier operations shares his take on the evolution of backhauls and how technology is ushering in a new era of price visibility.
Uber Freight’s load bundling feature means fewer empty miles and more consistent trips for truck drivers. It also helps lessen greenhouse emissions and give shippers more consistent capacity access.
As supply chain managers are beginning to plan their 2021 freight needs, it’s more important than ever to prepare for a range of freight scenarios when thinking through the upcoming year.
Uber Freight’s partnership with KeepTruckin will lessen manual tracking calls and mitigate communication gaps, ultimately improving visibility for shippers and lessening headaches for carriers.
By: Wes Breyfole, SVP, Parcel Solutions As consumers embrace ecommerce shopping, supply chain and logistics leaders have a renewed focus on last-mile delivery strategies. Before the pandemic, Frost & Sullivan estimated that global logistics spending would grow beyond $10.6 trillion annually by 2020, with last-mile distribution accounting for an estimated $3 trillion of that spend….