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Austin, TX USA
Total Funding:$35M
Lead Investor(s):Lead Edge Capital

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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Arrive Logistics's estimated annual revenue is currently $304.7M per year.(?)
  • Arrive Logistics received $10.0M in venture funding in June 2018.
  • Arrive Logistics's estimated revenue per employee is $305,000
  • Arrive Logistics's total funding is $35M.

Employee Data

  • Arrive Logistics has 999 Employees.(?)
  • Arrive Logistics grew their employee count by 4% last year.
  • Arrive Logistics currently has 44 job openings.

Industry experts Matt Pyatt and Eric Dunigan started with an idea, creating a modern freight brokerage fueled by a robust carrier side, best in class technology, and a passion for customer service. In order to truly serve both shippers and carriers Arrive decided early on to aggressively invest in what drives results. On July 14, 2014 Arrive was Born. Arrive has been focused on one thing since its founding: raising the standard of what it means to be a broker. Our strongest asset is our carrier side, with 200+ employees whose only job is to build relationships with carriers and enter their equipment into our proprietary system. In a market where most brokers rely on load boards competing for the same capacity, our model separates us. Our carriers receive an unprecedented amount of financial and technological support, allowing Arrive to provide our shipping partners with exceptional service and unique capacity. Our team members are trained to see the world through the eyes of our customers. We are not simply in the logistics business, we are invested in your business -- and focused on using our talent and technology to help it grow. We are very proud of what we have accomplished since 2014. What was once a 10-person team in a small office in Austin, TX is now a tribe of more than 450+ colleagues working out of Austin and Chicago. Reaching $30 million in truckload sales during our first year in business validated our theory that shippers want more out of their supply chain partners. Generating over $60 million in truckload sales in 2016 only continued to drive that point home for us. We will not stop raising the standard. As a result of our commitment to service, we closed 2017 by generating $145 million. We are not slowing down. We will be doubling in size for the fourth consecutive year in 2018 and are projected to generate over $330 million.