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“Cargomatic is looking for rock-stars in the making who add value without being asked to do so,” said Jamie Bond, the company’s manager of talent acquisition. “We want employees with common sense and the sophistication needed to represent a fast rising tech startup in the heart of Silicon Beach.”
Bond said that her company has a specific sort of eccentric in mind. “Essentially we are looking for the best of the best, someone who is a bit of an outlier in their own circle,” Bond said. “They have something special that sets them apart from the pack. Our new hires should be the smartest people in the room, and as well as have the potential to be future leaders of Cargomatic.”
Investors Say Logistics Companies Are In For The Long Haul
Cargomatic in LA, Traansmission in NY and Cincinnati-based OneMorePallet are a few startups that have received early-stage funding to tackle this issue by facilitating direct communication between shippers and truck drivers. By removing the middleman, both parties benefit from reduced expenses and wait times.
There’s an App for that?
Cargomatic allows empty truck spaces to be filled by those who need it.
Cargomatic’s mobile technology connects truckers to freight and people nearby
Cargomatic promises to be another example of mobile technology’s power to squeeze out excess inventory by better matching supply and demand.
Cargomatic’s mobile technology connects truckers to short-range jobs
“Cargomatic is aiming to do for short-range trucking what Uber and Lyft have done for taxi drivers: use the capabilities of smartphones to connect drivers to freight and people nearby that need moving.”
‘Uber’-like truck, load-matching system being tested in NY-NJ market
Venice, California-based Cargomatic is testing its “Uber”-like truck and shipment matching technology in the tri-state trucking market of New York, northern New Jersey and Connecticut.
Move over Uber
California-based Cargomatic Inc., a Uber-like “Silicon Beach” business, announced that it had raised $2.6 million in early-stage funding to connect available truck drivers with people who need to move large amounts of freight.
Uber for Truck Drivers
Cargomatic is running in Southern California, with operations centralized in Los Angeles. However, coverage extends to Santa Barbara County, San Diego County and San Bernardino County. Company executives reported that they plan to expand the service to the East Coast within the next few months.
Load Matcher Cargomatic Starts App-Based Service
The fledgling load-matching service Cargomatic is bidding to capitalize on unused capacity in local trucking markets by using a wireless or smart-phone application, beginning with Southern California….
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“Uber for trucks” or loadboard?
CEO Jonathan Kessler describes it as a cloud-based that lets shippers post and offer loads on a first-come basis to drivers within a 10 to 20 mi. radius. Proof of delivery, invoicing and payments are all handled electronically by Cargomatic. There is no direct fee for either the shipper or carrier.