Digital Freight Matching (DFM) companies, sometimes referred to as “Uber for Trucking,” have gained traction and popularity in the last several years. DFM companies publish smartphone and web-based apps to match Shipper freight and Carrier capacity. The sector is attracting investor attention and aiming to compete with traditional Third-Party Logistics providers. Awareness of the DFM landscape is valuable for anyone in the trucking, technology, or Third-Party Logistics industry.
“Digital Freight Matching – Capturing Technology-Based Efficiencies in the Trucking Industry” summarizes the DFM landscape, including:
–An overview of transportation and technology market conditions and trends
–Comparisons of Digital Freight Matching product offerings
–An assessment of five overarching DFM business models
–A discussion of industry challenges
–Profiles of 27 DFM companies.
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