Press Release

Parade Adds Truckbase, Expanding Coverage for Freight Brokers

San Francisco, CA — August 9, 2022 — Parade, the leader in capacity management software for freight brokers, announces its partnership with Truckbase, the first automated dispatching software powering a network of over 5,000 long haul trucks. The integration between Parade and Truckbase will provide additional capacity options to brokers looking to grow their carrier base and improve booking efficiencies.

Parade Team | 08.09.2022

“Our API-first approach enables carrier network partners like Truckbase to seamlessly integrate with freight brokers managing capacity with Parade,” said Anthony Sutardja, CEO and Co-Founder, Parade. “Partnering with innovative providers like Truckbase means more efficiencies for both freight brokers and carriers.”

“Truckbase’s innovative algorithms means less down time for carriers and more coverage for brokers. Our team is focused on building the best system to integrate with innovative brokers and providers like Parade,” said Peidi Wu, CEO of Truckbase. “Our goal is to minimize the costly communication that exists in the traditional load tender process. With the Parade integration, brokers can maintain existing processes and Truckbase will connect the right capacity to cover that load.”

Truckbase helps carriers understand their spot market operations by calculating hundreds of variables for each truck, including pricing, lane details, min/max miles, availability to take loads, and more. For carriers, Truckbase automates repetitive tasks traditionally taken on by dispatchers and allows them to focus on building a long-lasting relationship with freight brokers.

Parade’s Book Now feature will allow Truckbase’s carrier base the ability to book and quote loads digitally. Parade’s capacity management solution brings more capacity to freight brokers. By automating the booking and bidding process, freight brokers become more efficient with the speed of digital transactions.

About Truckbase

Truckbase is the best in class solution for fleets to optimize their spot market operations. Our proprietary algorithm helps automatically dispatch a network of over 5,000 trucks to loads from integrated brokers. With Truckbase, brokers can access a wider carrier base and reduce inefficiencies in the load booking process. Visit us online a

About Parade

Parade is the leader in software for freight brokers, offering truckload capacity management that drives carrier access and digital transformation. Reimagine freight brokerage operations through transformational software workflows, artificial intelligence (AI), and the Parade partner ecosystem. Manage relationships efficiently, increase truckload capacity, and re-utilize carriers to find the right truck at the best price at the right time. Brokers and 3PLs grow profits by booking more loads, increasing operational efficiencies, and boosting productivity. Visit us online at


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