Flexport is a freight forwarder and customs broker that offers business transparency and control over the supply chain through a cloud-based logistics platform.
Flexport is headquartered in San Francisco, California. Flexport’s revenue is $506,500 per employee. The company has raised $1.3 billion in funding. Flexport’s main competitor is Cargomatic, headed by Richard Gerstein, who is their chairman and CEO. Flexport has 1,520 followers.
Flexport’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Flexport top competitors include: Cargomatic, Flexe, Convoy, iContainers, FreightHub and Freightos.
Together they raised over 937.6M between their estimated 1.6K employees. Flakesport’s income ranks 1st among its top 10 competitors. The ten best competitors are on average 174.5M. Flakesport has 1,700 employees and is ranked 1st among the top 10 competitors. The ten best competitors are on average 475 people.
- Website: flexport.com
- Social Media Links: Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
- Founded: 2013
- Est. Annual Revenue: $861M
- Est. Employees: 1,700
- Headquarters: 760 Market Street 8th Floor San Francisco, California 94102
Cargomatics is perceived as one of the biggest rivals of Flack Export. The company Cargomatic was founded in 2013 in Long Beach, California. Cargomatic works in the field of Internet software. Cargomatic brings 848.6 million dollars less revenue than Flexport.
Flexe is a competitor number 2 Flexport. Flexe is a private company, which was founded in 2013 in Seattle, Washington. Flexe is a competitor in the warehouse industry. Compared to Flexport, Flexe has 1,620 fewer employees.
Convoy is one of the main competitors of Flexport. The convoy is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, and was founded in 2015. Like Flexport, the convoy also works in the Internet software industry. The convoy brings 34% of the revenue of Flexport.