Back to Founders Camp!

The 18 startups joining us from across the US and LatAm

Back to Founders Camp!

We are excited to return to the event circuit with our third Founders Camp in Chattanooga, TN with 18 startups joining us from across the US and LatAm. Over the course of two days, we will facilitate opportunities to drive revenue through introductions to potential customers and partners.

A big thank you to our headline sponsors, Chick-fil-A, Lineage Logistics, Schneider National, and FreightWaves, as well as local sponsors, EPB, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, and Market Street Partners.

The startups joining us are focused on various opportunities across the supply chain ranging from decision engineering, through to visibility and dairy supply chain software. Please join us in welcoming them!

Meet the Startups

Autobon AI. Building smart semi-trailers that can scan & secure cargo in-between loading docks. Starting with solving electronic proof of delivery (ePOD) while working towards an autonomous-ready trailer platform.

HQ: Chicago, IL 

BarrioCampo. Provides low-cost logistics services for the food industry. 

HQ: Mexico City, Mexico allows drayage companies to understand and sell their idle capacity at the right price. Shippers can additionally book drayage instantly with guaranteed capacity and prices.

HQ: Miami, FL 

Coros.  Provider of supply chain visibility solutions for eCommerce and parcel fulfillment.

HQ: Menlo Park, CA Safety software for high-risk front line workers (construction, mining, energy, manufacturing). 

HQ: Salt Lake City, UT 


Factored (formerly Workbench). Provides quality assurance for customers working with contract manufacturers. 

HQ: Cleveland, OH

Freightpay. Building the future payment layer for global logistics with an initial focus on the $140B annually disputed between shippers, BCOs, and forwarders.

HQ: Los Angeles, CA

FS Studio. Provides a digital twin of warehousing and manufacturing environments to improve testing, safety, and performance of robotics.

HQ: San Francisco, CA 

Haul. A platform where drivers can increase uptime by working assignments of various lengths across several fleets within its market.

HQ: Cupertino, CA and Denver, CO 

Intramotev. The company is developing the fastest low-cost way to move short-haul freight through autonomous electric rail vehicles that drive faster transit times, superior payloads while reducing emissions and improving safety. 

HQ: St. Louis, MO

Loadsmith. Tech-enabled, people-first freight brokerage that uses a slightly different lens when looking at network construction, optimization and carrier deployment.

HQ: Denver, Colorado 

Milk Moovement. Tracks all milk shipments from producers to processing plants and delivers real-time quality and quantity information to producers, processors, transporters and cooperatives.

HQ: Halifax, Canada

Nextmv. Helps software engineers build and maintain complex optimization and simulation environments with a low-to-no code solution for mobility, distribution, and last-mile providers.

HQ: Philadelphia, PA

Paccurate. Reduces waste in the supply chain by optimizing packaging in a cost-optimal manner via an easy-to-implement API.

HQ: Brooklyn, NY

Pollen Technologies. Reverse supply chain offering utilizing gig-ecosystems.

HQ: Atlanta, GA 


SemiCab. Helps customers build a more efficient trucking network and reduce their carbon footprint by reducing empty miles.

HQ: Atlanta, GA

Solvento. Digital freight factoring platform focused on LatAm (initial focus is Mexico).

HQ: Mexico City, Mexico 

Verne. Building high-density, low-cost hydrogen storage for heavy-duty transportation. Verne’s system is 2x the density of current solutions, doubling truck range and allowing truck operators to carry a full payload.

Vizion. Offers APIs that provide ocean container visibility from unstructured and structured data sources that helps customers include improved intelligence for customer service, management by expectation, and informing optimization and automation efforts.

HQ: Atlanta, GA


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