Uber Freight looks to accelerate automation as it weathers the pandemic

July 7, 2020 Alex Lennane

The Covid-19 pandemic has not been a disruptor for Uber Freight.
Thanks to the digital brokerage’s cloud-based set-up, switching from office to home-based work has not impacted operations, according to Bill Driegert, co-founder and head of global operations.
“I think we have weathered the storm fairly well,” he said. “Overall freight is up. We’ve seen continued growth in our volumes.”
The turbulence in the wake of the lockdown has actually boosted demand for ...

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