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What the US’ wasted truck space taught me about profitable sustainability

If every truck carried all the inventory it’s designed to hold, there would be massive financial and sustainability benefits. Image: Lê Minh/Pexels

Oren Zaslansky

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Flock Freight

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The concept of pooling freight. We need better models that turn sustainability from an added expense to a key ingredient for growth
The concept of pooling freight. We need better models that turn sustainability from an added expense to a key ingredient for growth Image: Flock Freight

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