As Uber bleeds cash, it eyes a saviour in tie-up with freight platform

August 9, 2019 David Badger

Uber has piled more misery on its investors with another quarter in the red, but it is hoping to gain traction in the freight market through its hook-up with transport management system (TMS) software provider MercuryGate International.
On Tuesday, a partnership was announced that puts Uber Freight’s carrier network on the MercuryGate platform, giving the TMS firm’s shipper customers instant access to Uber Freight’s real-time pricing and guaranteed freight lane capacity.
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