June 24, 2017

Uber for Freight facing slow adoption from traditional trucking industry



Semi-trailer trucks crossing a high level bridge in British Columbia
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Uber for Freight may still disrupt the land cargo shipping market, but it won’t be happening anywhere near as fast as predicted, Fleet Owner reported.

Industry expert Wallace Lau, author of the study “Uber for Trucks: Executive Analysis of North American Mobile Based Freight Brokering Market” is updating his predictions, having recognized industry delays in embracing the technology. A year ago, Lau had estimated that by 2025, the mobile freight market would grow at a compound annual growth rate of 74.65% and generate over $26 billion cumulatively.

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