Cargomatic Launches in New York

August 15, 2015 by Seth Sparks, @sethbsparks

Cargomatic, a company providing a platform that connects local shippers with carriers who have free space on their trucks, is now officially expanding into New York City.

In a press release from Cargomatic, CEO Jonathan Kessler said, “We have experienced 10x [sic] growth over the past year, which makes us confident that the transparency and efficiency that Cargomatic provides will be embraced in the nation’s largest metropolitan region, and at its second busiest port.”

The Los Angeles-based company has been active in Southern California since 2014, where Mayor Eric Garcetti has lauded Cargomatic for the benefits it has provided to both local businesses and to the Port of Los Angeles, alleviating congestion and streamlining communication between shippers and trucking companies.

Cargomatic has been in the beta-testing stage in New York since early 2015, covering areas throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania, and being used by shippers ranging from startups to companies like Amazon and BNSF Logistics.

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