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How we are transforming trucking

Loadshop™ is changing the way shippers ship freight and carriers book loads by providing transparency to both sides of the transaction. In a traditional broker-based system, that visibility is nonexistent, with many brokers placing the value of their commissions before the needs of their customers. The Loadshop marketplace eliminates the inefficiency of traditional brokerage by removing this middle entity from the equation and directly connecting qualified carriers and shippers.

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Our Vision

To be the market leader in web-based shipping solutions for both carriers and shippers, and customers’ marketplace of choice for posting and booking loads.

Our Mission

We create “trucking with transparency” by creating a secure digital marketplace that reduces market volatility and distortion with improved rate visibility.

OUR TEAM

We are a cross-functional team comprised of logistics, sales and platform development professionals
with extensive industry experience. As a collaborative unit, we leverage our collective expertise to
continually drive improvements to the Loadshop marketplace and better serve our customers with
unique solutions, transforming the freight transportation industry.

Hunter Burke

Business Lead

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Hunter Burke

Business Lead

Hunter grew up in the trucking industry working at his father’s freight brokerage, Advanced Cargo, where he was first exposed to the huge potential the internet and technology could play in elevating the industry. Upon graduating from the University of Wisconsin–Madison with a degree in Operations and Technology Management, he joined Georgia-Pacific’s transportation department, which eventually became KBX Logistics. He has held leadership roles in procurement, operations and strategy, digitally transforming key processes like carrier qualification and contracting of rates, before turning his attention to the spot market and the development of Loadshop.

Andrew Teal

Shipper Success

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Andrew Teal

Shipper Success

Andrew joined Loadshop with experience as a frontline leader in planning operations for Schneider National, with customer-facing leadership experience in supply chain and quality analytics, brokerage sales, freight planning and project management for major international and national companies. Andrew’s broad experience in all aspects of the industry – from commercial driver to frontline leader – has served him well in his 20+ year transportation career, which began after his service and leadership in the U.S. Navy’s Cryptologic and Intelligence communities as a non-commissioned officer. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Concordia University.

Kevin Cherney

Shipper Success

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Kevin Cherney

Shipper Success

Kevin leads a team of Shipper Success specialists to onboard, engage and elevate our shipping customers. Prior to joining the Loadshop team, he was a team lead for the Southwest region of KBX Logistics for many years, where he gained extensive operations experience working closely with both shippers and carriers. He holds a degree in Supply Chain Operations Management and Human Resource Management from the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh.

Curt Foth

Carrier Success

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Curt Foth

Carrier Success

Prior to joining the Loadshop team, Curt worked at JJ Keller and Associates as a mobile engagement leader, where he played a large role in transitioning fleets from paper to electronic logs. He also spent 18 years with Schneider National, a top-10 national carrier, where he held leadership positions in dedicated operations, planning and dispatch. Curt earned a business degree from the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point.

Pricing Model

The Loadshop digital marketplace operates on shipper-set rates, where shippers set their own price per load and share that price directly to the market. The system then aggregates these loads for its network of qualified carriers, allowing carriers to choose loads with very clearly defined payouts. Only when these matches are confirmed does Loadshop collect a nominal fee from the shipper.