Autonomous delivery company Gatik wins new pilot program with Pitney Bowes in Dallas


Gatik’s class 6 box truck is deployed for Pitney Bowes

Source: Gatik

Logistics company Pitney Bowes will begin testing automated short-haul delivery trucks from startup Gatik under a new pilot program at Dallas-area distribution centers, the companies announced Wednesday.

Pitney Bowes, which provides logistic services for retailers including eBay and American Eagle, will integrate Gatik’s self-driving box trucks starting in 2023. The trucks will supplement five existing routes in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and will run packages between distribution centers, so-called “middle-mile” delivery. 

The partnership gives the global logistics company access to some of the first commercial…


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