TORONTO, Ont. — Uber Freight’s launch of a dedicated freight app for Europe left many Canadian firms scratching their head earlier this year, wondering why the U.S.-based digital freight matching service would bypass this market. It turns out it was only a matter of time.
TORONTO, Ont. — Uber Freight is coming. To Europe. The load matching service proved it has international expansion plans, but it bypassed Canada along the way.
The role of a road warrior on the Today’s Trucking editorial team takes me across North America, and at times these stops don’t include a personal car. If I want to keep moving, the options have been limited to the kindness of companies I visit, shoe leather, or taxis.
Until I uploaded the Uber app on my phone.