CargoBarn was founded in Fresno, California., in 2008 with a small injection of capital from Baird’s savings account and a focus on relationships. It’s new Atlanta the headquarters spans an entire floor of a skyscraper – over 24,000 square feet – and will accommodate 200 employees at full capacity. CargoBarn offices in dallas, Jacksonville and Fresno are also expanding.
The company’s explosive growth began in 2018, when Baird moved the company’s headquarters to Atlanta and began developing its proprietary technology platform. “We wanted to be in a city known for its talent, technology and logistics,” Baird said. “Thanks to UPS, Roadie and other Atlanta businesses, the logistics talent here is unlike anywhere else in the United States”
CargoBarn specializes in full truckload, refrigerated, drayage, expedited and intermodal shipping. “With the challenges facing ports across the country, drayage has become an important part of our service offerings,” Baird said. In 2021, CargoBarn’s annual revenue increased by more than 70%. The company is poised for similar growth in 2022.
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“As CargoBarn continues to grow, our recruiting team is focused on finding elite candidates to help us continue our success,” said Jessica Peres, Vice President of People Operations at CargoBarn. “We have cutting-edge technology, fun, learning Culture, and an amazing benefits package that includes paid training, paid parental leave, sales incentives, monthly team building outings and more. We attract the best talent in the best logistics markets in the country. »
CargoBarn’s proprietary technology, using machine learning, pricing algorithms and other advanced tools, creates a competitive advantage for its shipping customers and carriers. New artificial intelligence technologies developed by CargoBarn will expand the customer portal to provide improved pricing, visibility and tracking for customers, efficient delivery of loads for carriers and frictionless provisioning for employees. “We are once again revolutionizing the third party logistics (3PL) industry,” said Baird.