Einride Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Einride's estimated annual revenue is currently $198.7M per year.
- Einride's estimated revenue per employee is $419,100
- Einride's total funding is $152.3M.
- Einride's current valuation is $1.4B. (February 2022)
- Einride has 474 Employees.
- Einride grew their employee count by 147% last year.
Einride Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is Einride?
Einride is the next generation's disruptive road transport solution: safe, cost-efficient and emission-free. By rethinking the foundation of transportation, Einride's T-pod is the first transport vehicle designed and developed for self-driving electric propulsion. Einride's mission is to accelerate the world's transition to a sustainable society by lowering the carbon dioxide emissions of the transport industry. The T-pod is the first transport vehicle completely designed and developed for self-driving and electrical propulsion. The T-pod has no cab or driver's seat. The T-pod is a part of a transport system that uses the benefits of self-driving and electric propulsion to create a cost-competitive and emission-free transport alternative.keywords:N/A
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Courtesy of Einride Einride launched its autonomous, all-electric trucks in the US this week. The company's "Pods" use remote operators to monitor as many as 10 vehicles at a time. Take a look at the futuristic vehicles that could turn truck driving into a desk job. For more stories go to www.Bu ...
Einride launched its autonomous, all-electric trucks in the US this week. The company’s “Pods” use remote operators to monitor as many as 10 vehicles at a time. Take a look at the futuristic vehicles that could turn truck driving into a desk job. A Swedish freight company hopes to turn truck ...
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