Innovation-driven company connects shippers with drivers via unique technology platform
An innovation-driven Alberta-based company disrupting the freight and heavy equipment shipping sector with the latest generation of its advanced automated shipping platform has been named among the “Top 30 Start-ups for 2019,” as featured at the Inventure$ conference, June 5-7, 2019 in Calgary, Alberta.
Trusted Dispatch Inc., based out of its new head office in Calgary, has turned heads and enjoyed fast-rising interest from customers, drivers, investors and potential partners, by combining elements of an ‘Uber for shipping’ approach with unique system, service and process advantages, all powered by the latest generation of its newly released platform accessible at www.trusteddispatch.com.
Powering forward – Built for the new world
The company, which originated in Grande Prairie has enjoyed a steady trajectory of success since its inception. Along with progress developing industry-leading software for automated shipping, it has carefully fine-tuned its approach based on the feedback and experiences of a diverse and rapidly growing base of grass roots customers – initially based in Western Canada and now expanding both nationally and internationally – who see huge benefits with Trusted Dispatch as a simple automated solution to move everything from small freight to heavy equipment.
“In the new world of technology-driven shipping solutions, we believe the future is now and we are excited to lead the charge with our advanced shipping platform,” says Dusty LaValley, founder and CEO of Trusted Dispatch. “We are very pleased to be named among the Top 30 Start-ups as featured at the Inventure$ conference. This recognition represents another major step forward in an exciting journey for our team and, most importantly, for our growing network of drivers and shippers who are generating the momentum that is taking our model to the next level of growth and opportunity. We are excited to build further on this progress as we push forward with expansion plans both here in Canada and more broadly internationally.”