Using Powerloop

What is Powerloop?

Powerloop LLC is an Uber company (and an affiliate of Uber Freight) that rents trailers to carriers. With the launch of Powerloop, any eligible carrier can participate in this innovative trailer pool model, no matter their size. Powerloop is currently available in California and Texas and will be expanding in the future.

How does it work?

Drivers can pick up a preloaded trailer at a predetermined pickup location.

In most cases, the driver can drop off at a predetermined drop off location without extended downtimes, such as waiting to have their trailer loaded or unloaded, which often leads to detention. In the event a live unload is required, it will be noted in the load listing.

Shipments going from facility A to B and then B back to A could be local moves in the same city.

What makes Powerloop unique compared to similar products out there?

Carrier eligibility

Powerloop allows carriers of all sizes to participate in the program.

Shared pool of trailers

Any carrier in Powerloop’s network can access any trailer. This results in higher asset utilization and can remove the need to keep a large volume of empty trailers on site.

More backhauls

Powerloop and Uber Freight work with carriers to get from point A to point B and back.

How does a carrier become approved to use Powerloop?

A carrier must complete an Uber Freight carrier packet and trailer rental agreement from Powerloop. Once a carrier is approved by Uber Freight, they are eligible to participate in the Powerloop program.

Sign up for Powerloop though this link.

How long until Powerloop is available nationally?

Currently, there is no specific timeline. Uber Freight hopes to expand to more regions in the future.