Uber Freight is a platform that connects carriers with shippers, which generated $6.95 billion in revenue in 2022, and it’s now one of the three core segments (Mobility, Delivery, and Freight) within the Uber Business Model.
Within Uber, there is another crucial segment called Uber Freight, which has become a company for its own sake.
Indeed, Uber Freight allows carriers to book a shipment, transportation management, and other logistics services.
Uber Freight powers a managed transportation and logistics network and connected Shippers and Carriers in a digital marketplace to move shipments.
Indeed, that is an on-demand platform to automate and accelerate logistics transactions end-to-end while providing visibility and control of logistics networks.
Uber Freight comprises services such as:
- TMS (transportation management system): visibility into shipments, weather, and traffic analytics
- Instant Booking.
- Instant Quote.
The platform has 200K+ users and $17B freight under management.