Today, Uber Freight, WattEV and CHEP have announced a strategic, joint effort to deploy electric trucks on select routes in Southern California. As part of this collaboration, WattEV will provide electric trucking capacity to Uber Freight shippers, starting with CHEP. The pilot serves as an important milestone in electric freight transportation and establishes Uber Freight’s…
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Uber Freight announces its first electric truck pilot, partnering with WattEV and CHEP on southern California routes
Uber Freight’s less-than-truckload (LTL) shipping solution enables real-time access to capacity and greater flexibility to ship minimum quantity goods.
Using facility data from Uber Freight, LG improved its dock management, staffing, and appointment flexibility at one location.
Our second Facility Insights Report shows that shorter wait times and more amenities breed goodwill between shippers and carriers.
For starters, Uber Freight has a nationwide always-on carrier network for shipper to access.
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A look back at Uber Freight’s annual conference for shippers that took place in San Francisco in early September.
These factors help ensure that no matter the market conditions, shippers will have the capacity they need.
LG partnered with Uber Freight to help streamline their operations through Powerloop, which has helped them increase driver favorability and keep up with demand in peak season.
Limiting the number of empty miles on loads is a major priority for lowering IPP’s carbon footprint.