Why Flock Freight?
Unlock the benefits of full truckload by sharing trailer space in one multi-stop full truckload. We are the only logistics provider that guarantees your freight moves as a shared truckload with FlockDirect.
Technology should make things easier and more cost-effective for your business. Our proprietary algorithms optimize your route, and we have the technical expertise to integrate with your systems.
FlockDirect shipments move via shared truckload, skipping the inefficient LTL hub and spoke system and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by up to 40%. We take the remaining 60% and offset it by supporting projects with Carbonfund.org, making FlockDirect the only carbon neutral shipping option available to shippers at no extra cost.
Using cloud-based computing technology, we combine multiple shipments that are moving along the same route into one shared truckload. We get your shipment to its destination damage-free and on time, every time.
|Benefits of Shipping with Flock Freight||FlockDirect||Truckload||LTL|
|Guaranteed shared truckload service|
|Only pay for the truck space you need|
|No damage caused by terminal or hub transfers|
|Full control over pickup and delivery dates|
|.001% risk of damage|
|No hidden LTL accessorial fees|
Flock Freight found us at the right time and place. As we did more research, the company’s shared truckload service seemed to have an answer to many of the issues we were facing. We were also drawn to Flock Freight’s status as a B Corp.
We have eliminated our damage claims with FlockDirect. Wish we could’ve started sooner.
Flock Freight has helped tremendously with our partial loads and has had good communication with us.
The FlockDirect services are great! You pick up on time, and you deliver on time. Plus, Management is happy that we are saving money on freight rates.
In The News
SoftBank Vision Fund 2 led Flock Freight’s $215 million round.
Flock Freight uses AI to pool goods from shippers with less-than-truckload carriers and skip freight hubs. The new funding round values the company at $1.3 billion.
Flock Freight, an Encinitas trucking logistics firm that aims to revolutionize the way freight moves across the country, has landed another $215 million in venture capital — making it San Diego’s latest startup unicorn.
Flock Freight is furthering its mission to reinvent the freight industry by joining more than 100 global companies in taking The Climate Pledge, a commitment to work toward net-zero carbon by 2040.
Quickly becoming the largest tech company in Encinitas, Flock Freight is going an unconventional route for office space.
The company said it is hiring engineers and sales staff for the location as it sees growing demand for services that pool shipments and fill trucks to capacity.
Flock Freight, one of San Diego’s hottest tech startups, is moving its headquarters from Solana Beach to Encinitas.
Flock Freight — a Solana Beach firm whose software pools multiple shipments together into one shared truckload — has raised $113.5 million in a new round of financing, led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2.
What if you could take 9 million cars off the road, speed up deliveries to e-commerce customers, and save small businesses money? That’s the potential of Flock Freight’s shared truckload “freight-pooling”.
Shippers are looking for ways to improve their sustainability, and solutions from third-party logistics providers are increasingly helping them do that — such as carbon neutral shared truckload shipping.
Flock Freight’s business model is built on sustainability and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the freight industry. The company announced that it will offset 100% of carbon emissions for FlockDirect customers for free in 2021 to achieve carbon neutrality.
Flock Freight, a startup using technology to consolidate truck freight, is following up its $113.5 million Series C round in December with a move to make its hallmark “shared” truckload shipments carbon neutral — at no cost to customers.
Volvo Group Venture Capital AB has invested in Flock Freight, a technology company based in Solana Beach, California, that pools shipments to fill unused trailer space.
The COVID-19 pandemic has moved supply chain and logistics technologies to the public eye like few times before, as shortages at grocery stores and the distribution of a possible vaccine highlight the importance of moving goods and essentials.
The Japanese firm led a $113.5 million investment in Flock Freight, a U.S. software startup that offers a service that uses algorithms to match trucks with freight headed in the same direction.
SoftBank Group Corp.’s Vision Fund 2 is leading a $113.5 million investment round in a California-based startup seeking to change the way goods get trucked around the U.S.
Flock Freight, it turns out, is a very interesting logistics company that is working to transform the way freight is shipped in a way that benefits carriers and shippers.
Oren Zaslansky grew up in the trucking business, started a truckload company at age 21, moved on from there to a brokerage, and then decided he wanted to see how he could use technology to totally reinvent how we think about less-than-truckload freight.
Supply chain software vendors project44, Flock Freight see jumps in users and funding.
During our interview on the DealMakers podcast, Oren Zaslansky shared his inspiration to go into entrepreneurship, how he managed to bootstrap his first startup, learning to pitch VCs and the future of shipping.
Flock Freight, a logistics tech company that enables scaled freight pooling (the process of combining multiple loads onto one truck), today announced it has pooled more than 12,000 total shipments since 2017.
Flock Freight has pooled more than 12,000 total shipments, a 296% increase in pooled shipments between 2018 and 2019 by prioritizing its work with companies providing essential goods, such as food and medical supplies, and customers that have had to make significant changes to their business models.
The Flock Freight partial/LTL-consolidating brokerage platform launched a “Driver Care” program in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and in appreciation of risks professional drivers take to keep supply chains running and put food on tables.
Hubless logistics company assembles “algorithmically created carpools” of LTL freight, to be shipped via full truckload.
A venture capital-backed freight broker wants to create carpooling opportunities for LTL by using technology instead of physical terminals to aggregate shipments.
When defining success as an entrepreneur, it’s a fact that there are no shortcuts to how it can be achieved.
Read to hear what Flock Freight CEO Oren Zasklansky has to say about AI adoption in supply chain management.
We’re excited to welcome Justin Turner to the Flock Freight leadership team as our new Senior Vice President of Sales.
The single-solution shipping you’ve come to trust with AuptiX has gotten an upgrade. Introducing Flock Freight: the next step in our mission to revolutionize the way companies ship.