March 29, 2023
It’s no secret the freight industry is highly cyclical. The transactional, load-by-load way that freight is contracted remains an issue. The odds of shippers being able to look ahead and have capacity and cost certainty is slim to none.
March 4, 2023
Following a pilot program in 2022, freight coordination platform Leaf Logistics has found a way to eliminate 76% of empty miles from unloaded trucks driving on the road by coordinating multi-shipper moves across the transportation grid at scale.
February 21, 2023
Truckload freight software provider Leaf Logistics has launched a new product that allows shippers and brokers to secure access to dedicated capacity without committing to long-term contracts with specific carriers.
Leaf Logistics’ freight coordination platform offers a ‘huge competitive advantage’ amid inconsistent freight cycles
The program leverages Leaf Adapt technology to analyze shippers’ data and coordinate multi-shipper moves across the transportation grid.
February 3, 2023
Shippers such as Solvay are turning to new providers such as Leaf Logistics to drive business certainty by focusing on collaboration and advanced data analytics to coordinate supply and demand.
November 11, 2022
"You have to love the problem. And you really have to want to work the problem." Leaf started five and a half years ago and managed over a hundred million in transportation. And they're just getting started.
November 9, 2022
The experienced team of troublemakers behind Leaf Logistics is disrupting the $1T American freight market with cutting-edge data science. With a remote-first, no-ego culture, the team is growing fast and solving new problems every day.
October 5, 2022
Mary O'Connell speaks with Anshu Prasad about how Leaf uses technology to build multi-shipper moves while helping carriers build reliable schedules and maximize pay for their drivers.
August 4, 2022
On the Dealmakers Podcast Prasad shared his approach to accelerate your learning and understanding of startups and business building, finding product market fit, and how he’s helping big companies solve big problems.