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CloudTrucks Named to 2022 CNBC Disruptor 50 List

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Virtual trucking carrier recognized for its business management solutions for small trucking business and entrepreneurs

SAN FRANCISCO, May 17, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CloudTrucks, a leading technology-driven trucking company, today announced it was named to the 2022 CNBC Disruptor 50 list. The annual list from CNBC recognizes private, venture-backed companies that are critical players in fundamental economic and consumer transformations and are on the path to becoming industry game-changers.

"This is our first year to be included in the CNBC Disruptor 50 list and we are honored to be a part of this prestigious recognition," said Tobenna Arodiogbu, co-founder and CEO, CloudTrucks. "This nomination is a true testament to our dedicated and innovative team, and exemplifies our eagerness to be at the forefront of digitizing the trucking industry and empowering one of the industry’s most important assets – our nation’s drivers."

While nearly every sector of the economy relies on drivers to transport its goods, CloudTrucks solves unique business challenges for the trucking industry by ensuring all truck drivers have access to the tools necessary to manage trucking business operations and streamline administrative bottlenecks – including providing world-class technology that has historically been limited to mega-carriers and enterprise companies. From instant payments to smart load scheduling and competitive rates, CloudTrucks has launched several new products – including CT Cash and Flex – over the past year that enables owner-operators and small trucking carriers to produce more revenue and make the most of every run.

CNBC received more than 1,400 company nominations for its 2022 Disruptor 50, and put all submissions through a comprehensive and rigorous process of researching and scoring across a wide range of quantitative and qualitative criteria, including scalability, revenue and user growth, and workforce diversity. An advisory board made up of leading thinkers in the field of innovation and entrepreneurship provided weighting for the quantitative criteria, and a team of CNBC editorial staff offered qualitative assessments of every single nominee.

For more information on CloudTrucks' mission to supply truck drivers nationwide with quicker payments, better management resources and the autonomy to run their own trucking businesses, visit

About CloudTrucks

From instant payments to smart load scheduling and competitive rates, CloudTrucks empowers small trucking businesses and entrepreneurs to make the most of every run. Created by Tobenna Arodiogbu, Jin Shieh and George Ezenna in 2019, CloudTrucks uses technology to streamline administrative bottlenecks—making it easier for drivers to run their business and produce more revenue. To join CloudTrucks’ growing network of small trucking businesses and owner-operators, visit:

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