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GoShare

Uber for trucks

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Fetch

Self-service truck rentals to help you move the big stuff

TechCrunch
Moving furniture generally sucks. Fetch wants to be there for those moments when you need to transport something that won't fit in the trunk of an Uber XL. The service, which allows users to easily rent trucks or vans for hours or days at a time, is launching in Atlanta to help people move whatever they need to.
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Fetch

Marketplace for self-service truck rental

Fetch now lets entrepreneurs and fleet owners create their own self-service rental fleet and connect with local people and businesses looking to rent trucks. It's the simplest way to rent a truck, whenever you need it, for as little as an hour.

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Autorentalnews
The company claims that by listing vehicles on Fetch, owners can earn as much as $1,500 per vehicle every month.
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Dolly

Truck & Muscle, Anytime You Need It

Have moving or delivery needs? Don’t waste your time or money—use Dolly to find help on your schedule at an affordable price.

Request a truck and Helper with the tap of a button. We'll keep large items off the roof of your car and help make moving things—big and small—easy and fast.

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Phlatbed

Connects you to local drivers who can help you move stuff.

Phlatbed is an On-Demand technology platform that allows individuals to utilize their vehicles to provide moving services. It's easy, fast, fair, and affordable, the way you deserve to experience it. You can request or provide moving services based on need, location and price.

This eliminates waste, and turns idle capital into revenue sources.

PR.com
Norwalk, CT, May 12, 2018 --( PR.com)-- Phlatbed Inc., the provider of a peer-to-peer application that helps people and businesses move personal items by connecting them to local drivers, announced that it received an initial round of funding from Connecticut Innovations (CI), Connecticut's strategic venture capital firm.
The Hour
Nearing the summer moving season, a Norwalk startup debuted Friday a platform for people to secure help from truck owners, not dissimilar to Uber's services for hailing rides. Phlatbed has received funding from the state's Connecticut Innovations venture capital firm.
The Hour
Backed by the state of Connecticut and a Norwalk tech CEO, a startup aims to raise up to $2 million as it develops an app allowing people to hail truck owners who can help them move bulky items on short notice.
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