WARP launched “gLTL,” a new less-than-truckload (LTL) network of freight shippers who can now obtain access to the gig economy.
“With the launch of gLTL, we’ve just unlocked a new level of capacity for shippers looking to move freight more dynamically. We can now match inventory with customer demand in real-time, while reducing touch points and cost,” says Daniel Sokolovsky, CEO and co-founder of WARP. “Whether it’s restocking a viral product or responding faster to natural disasters by getting products to those in need more immediately, this is a solution for those who cannot afford to wait.”
- In a traditional hub-and-spoke LTL network, freight shippers must wait to move their loads via shared truckload until enough other shippers have filled the truck, whether that be a 53-footer or a box truck. With WARP’s new technology, shippers can now unlock additional capacity, at faster rates with access to every size vehicle imaginable, from sedans to SUVs and sprinter vans.
- The new service includes direct-to-store delivery, inventory transfer to fulfillment centers, warehouse-to-warehouse transfers and last-mile delivery.
- Instead of yet another transfer and more potential for damaged products, WARP removes that additional touch point by providing access to a smaller vehicle right from the start.