Arrive Logistics has been named to the prestigious Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies for 2019, placing 413th nationwide. Among companies recognized from Texas, they placed 35th and 13th for companies based in Austin. They also placed 23rd in the Logistics & Transportation industry. This is the second major Inc. Magazine accomplishment for Arrive Logistics in 2019, following their addition to Inc. Magazine’s Best Workplaces list for the third consecutive year, 2019.

In 2014, Matt Pyatt and Eric Dunigan founded Arrive Logistics on the belief that a modern freight brokerage should provide more for both their transportation partners and employees. Since opening their doors, Arrive’s customers have made the company one of the fastest growing freight brokerages of all time. They have doubled in size and revenue each year, exceeding $30 million during their first full year of operations in 2015.

In 2016, Arrive surpassed $60 million in revenue while opening a second office in Chicago. Continuing the trend in 2017, they exceeded $145 million in revenue and moved more than 100,000 loads. In 2018, the company saw revenue break the $350 million milestone while opening a third office in Chattanooga, and more than doubling loads moved to over 250,000. Projected to generate approximately $600 million in revenue in 2019, Arrive Logistics continues to grow their team, develop best-in-class proprietary technology and relentlessly work on behalf of their transportation partners.

As a technology-powered transportation service provider with a robust carrier side, Arrive Logistics is able to offer on-demand capacity; asset-like service levels and visibility but with added flexibility for tailored solutions. The company is focused on a singular goal; building hyper-efficiency in the domestic full-truckload market for both their shipper and carrier partners.

If you’re seeking a new relationship with a trusted shipping partner, let’s start the conversation here.

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