Cargomatic is a real-time on demand network for Local Truck Availability. Shippers can submit loads and instantly find nearby trucks to service their needs.
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COO & Founder of Cargomatic.
CEO & Founder of Cargomatic.
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Jonathan Kessler, CEO of “Uber for trucking” startup Cargomatic is stepping out of the role, the company confirmed to DC Velocity, which first reported the news. Its hiring spree had come to a dead stop in early 2016, a source told Business Insider’s Lara O’Reilly, who first reported the layoffs. They were completely blindsided,” the source told Business Insider at the time. Kessler had cofounded Cargomatic alongside president Brett Parker in 2013 with the hope of tackling a broken trucking industry. LinkedIn Cargomatic cofounder and CEO Jonathan Kessler.
Jonathan Kessler, CEO of "Uber for trucking" startup Cargomatic is stepping out of the role, the company confirmed to DC Velocity, which first reported the news. Its hiring spree had come to a dead stop in early 2016, a source told Business Insider's Lara O'Reilly, who first reported the layoffs. They were completely blindsided," the source told Business Insider at the time. Kessler had cofounded Cargomatic alongside president Brett Parker in 2013 with the hope of tackling a broken trucking industry. I will continue my involvement with Cargomatic as a Board Director and consulting as the Chief Product Officer.
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