Truck sharing start-up Fluid Truck raises capital in bid to disrupt rental industry 


Fluid Truck Share vehicle.

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A decade after ride-sharing exploded in popularity, a start-up from Denver is betting there’s an untapped market for those looking to share commercial trucks in a market dominated by the likes of Penske and Ryder.

Fluid Truck, which started in 2019, has raised $63 million in its first external round of fundraising.

“For most small and mid-size businesses, it’s such a pain to rent trucks that they are forced to buy or lease vehicles” said James Eberhard, founder and CEO of Fluid Trucks. “Our platform allows them to quickly access and book a vehicle as quick as you can book an Uber. It allows them to flex up and flex down to really solve all…


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