What Uber Freight’s move to Chicago actually means

September 10, 2019 Gavin van Marle

Interesting analysis from FreightWaves on the recent decision of Uber Freight to relocate its headquarters from San Francisco to Chicago – which for those outside the US trucking sector, is commonly understood to be the centre of the country’s vast freight brokerage business. According to local reports, Uber Freight has signed a 10-year lease for 450,000sq ft of office space and is set to hire 2,000 local employees over the ...

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