We identified more than four dozen startups solving problems in logistics, from freight management and compliance to automated brokers.
Amid the influx of capital to both auto tech and supply chain & logistics tech, it’s no surprise that trucking tech startups — which sit at the juncture of these two trends — are drawing investor interest.
We used the CB Insights database to create a market map of private technology companies in the trucking space.
We broadly define trucking tech startups as companies developing technology-enabled services and products focused on freight trucking (such as trucking-oriented marketplace platforms), fleet management solutions, onboard monitoring and tracking systems, and trucking-focused ERP systems, among others. Industrial companies and startups providing broad software solutions without a significant trucking emphasis are excluded from our analysis. Warehousing solutions and robots are also not included. Companies working on last-mile logistics and on vehicle electrification are also treated separately.
The graphic includes private, active companies only. The graphic is not exhaustive of startups in the space. Please click image to enlarge.