Maersk has invested A$2.8m (US$2m) in Australian trucking start-up Ofload.
Launched in February, the Sydney-based digital road freight platform tackles inefficient empty container moves and idle time by live-matching cargo owners with small to medium-size transport operators.
Ofload said it had seen good traction among SME truckers looking to compete against industry heavyweights, with 700 carriers on the platform operating a combined fleet of 15,000 trucks nationwide.
For example, BeCool, the last-mile logistics …
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