On its Google listing, doft.com calls itself 'The First Real Uber for Trucks.'
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BY ALIYA SALAKHOVA
Supply chains are constantly changing as new rules, technologies, resources and market trends transform operations. Here's a skim of the week's indexes, technology announcements, expansions and M&As from around the web.
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New on-demand offering Doft connects freelance and owner-operator truckers with shipping services in under two minutes. The platform has also secured $500,000 in funding
A technology startup is adding its name to the recent influx of on-demand freight matching services, saying its business specifically targets owner-operators.
US - The freight industry is currently in a state of flux as new technologies come on line to try and address issues with emissions and grea
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SILICON VALLEY, Calif. - Doft, a new solution aimed at helping America's 400,000 or so freelance and owner-operator truckers find work, has officially launched nationwide.
Doft, a new solution aimed at helping America's 400,000 or so freelance and owner-operator truckers find work, announced its official nationwide launch.
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