Uber for Trucks: Executive Analysis of the North American Mobile-based Freight Brokerage Market

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Research Overview
Frost & Sullivan's research service on the North American Mobile Based Freight Brokering Market provides detailed market forecasts, drivers and restraints as well as market shares and competitive analyses of participants in the mobile based freight brokerage market from 2014 to 2025. The study also identifies and profiles four emerging companies that will revolutionize the North American freight mobility market.

Market Overview
Mobile solutions to replace traditional freight brokers
Mobile based freight brokerage or Uber for trucks is growing rapidly in North America, with technology companies shifting away from traditional freight brokering and developing these solutions to improve efficiency. As the current freight movement market is considerably inefficient, ample opportunities exist for mobile based platforms and transportation management systems (TMS). Digitization in trucking will put pressure on traditional freight brokers to move their business towards Web and mobile based freight brokering. Thus, many traditional freight brokers will develop mobile based freight brokerage capabilities that combine features from traditional freight brokering, load boards and Web based freight brokering into one efficient solution for drivers and fleets. Frost and Sullivan believes that by 2025, the market will favor mobile based service/platform over Web based freight brokering.
Realizing the market potential, several innovative firms such as Cargomatic, Transfix, Coyote and Keychain Logistics are working on mobile based platforms that connect shippers to nearby carriers and owner-operators within their network in real time for automatic dispatch. While existing solutions look to eliminate inefficient load bidding system, the focus is expected to broaden to complete solutions that include TMS, telematics, resource management and complete shipping tracking. This will create and enhance business among carriers and shippers. Both private and large for-hire fleets will adopt this service to optimize their operations by enlisting unused capacity in their own fleets to take on extra business.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Summary of Key Findings, North America, 2014–2025
Value Proposition of Mobile-based Freight Brokerage
Market Snapshot
Key Companies
Value Proposition
Market Trends
Business Model Analysis, North America, 2014 and 2025
Mobile-based Freight Brokerage Outlook
2. Research Methodology
Research Scope
Base Year
Study Period
Forecast Period
Vehicle Type
Others
Research Aims and Objectives
Research Background
Research Methodology
Secondary Research
Primary Research
Mobile-based Freight Brokerage Market: Partial List of Industry Participants, North America, 2014
Coyote Logistics
Transfix
Cargomatic
Echo Global Logistics
Others
3. Mega Trends and Industry Convergence Implications
Top Trends Shaping the Global Commercial Vehicle Market and Relevance to Mobile-based Freight Brokerage
How OEMs Will Differentiate Their Brand in the Future, North America, 2014
Technology Enabling New Modes of Fulfilment, North America, 2014
Advent of Clicks (Post-2000)
The Future—Bricks and Clicks (2015 and Beyond)
New Modes of Freight Transportation
Rise and Impact of Digitization, North America, 2014
How will demand for trade change?
How will demand for logistics change?
How will freight brokerage change?
How will demand for IT infrastructure change?
4. Market Overview
Evolution of Freight Brokerage, Evolution of Freight Brokerage
Key Market Trends, North America, 2014–2025
Value Proposition of Mobile-based Freight Brokerage, North America, 2014
Focus Areas of Key Stakeholders, North America, 2014
Key Industry Challenges, North America, 2014
Market Adoption Scenario Analysis
Market Revenue Forecast Analysis
Business Model Analysis, North America, 2014
Mobile-based Freight Brokerage Market: Future Business Model Strategies, North America, 2025
Mobile-based Freight Brokerage Market: Taxonomy of Mobile-based Freight Brokerage, North America, 2015–2025
Comparative Benchmarking of Select Companies, North America, 2014
Key Areas of Growth. North America, 2014
Telematics Provider Opportunities, North America, 2014
OEM Implications, North America, 2014
Recalibrating Strategies of Traditional Freight Brokerage, North America, 2014
Key Strategies
Focus Areas
Competitive Environment
5. Profiles of Key Mobile-based Freight Brokerage Firms
Competitive Environment
Profile:
Cargomatic
Overview
Operations Snapshot
Notable Achievements
Transfix
Coyote Logistics
Trucker Path Inc.
Truckstop.com
Sontra Cargo (Brazil)
6. Conclusions and Future Outlook
Conclusions and Key Findings, North America, 2014
North America, 2014, North America, 2015–2025
Legal Disclaimer
7. Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology

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List of Figures & Charts

1. Mobile-based Freight Brokerage Market: Market Snapshot, North America, 2014 and 2025
2. Mobile-based Freight Brokerage Market: Adoption Scenario Analysis, North America, 2014–2025
3. Mobile-based Freight Brokerage Market: Revenue Analysis, North America, 2014 and 2025
4. Mobile-based Freight Brokerage Market: Revenue Analysis by Fleet Type, North America, 2014–2025



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