Freightera Makes Top Growing Companies List — Again
Freightera Featured on Globe and Mail’s Top Growing Companies List For the Third Time in a Row
“Whether they’re based in Vancouver or tiny Tara, Ont., have five employees or 7,500, one thing unites them: They’ve all managed to grow through some of the most tumultuous years on record.”
Numerous companies are popping up in numerous fields every day, but it isn’t easy to stay in the game year after year, let alone grow. That’s why we’re super happy and proud to be featured on this year’s list, once again. Our revenue growth over the past three years was 237%.
To see the full list of all the interesting companies that have grown significantly over the last three years, check out Glove and Mail’s full list here.
Freightera is a B2B freight marketplace, offering instant online shipping quotes. We specialize in shipping solutions that reduce emissions while reducing prices for our customers at the same time. Our motto is making freight shipping easy, accessible, and green.
In addition to that, over 23500 companies (including, but not limited to manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, and retailers) use Freightera to ship their products across the USA and Canada. This number has also increased noticeably from last year when we’ve worked with a bit over 16500 companies. That comes as no surprise as we offer instant shipping quotes 24/7, free of charge.
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