Articles written by: Killian Hagen

Happy Trucker Appreciation Week!

Happy Trucker Appreciation Week!

Happy Trucker Appreciation Week from uShip! As we all know, if you got it, a truck brought it. Behind every good truck is a good driver. Carriers, that’s where you come in – you’ve helped make uShip what it is today! This year we hit a lot of huge company…Read more

Shipping Wars, uShip Inspire Modern-Day Griswold Family to Ship Replica Family Truckster

Shipping Wars, uShip Inspire Modern-Day Griswold Family to Ship Replica Family Truckster

“I just want you to ask yourself one thing. If you were…if you were me, wouldn’t you do the same thing for your children?” -Clark Griswold, Griswold Family Vacation Steve Griswold and his wife Lisa did just that. With their unique last name and inspired by the cult film’s 30th…Read more

uShip Named to AutoRemarketing’s Power 300

uShip Named to AutoRemarketing’s Power 300

AutoRemarketing Magazine, the preeminent publication in the after-market vehicle industry, has recognized uShip in its ‘The Power 300′ rankings. The results were recently published in the magazine’s annual report. As described by AutoRemarketing, The Power 300 is a compilation and listing of the most influential, innovative, impactful, and, of course,…Read more

Google Takes Another Step Forward With Drone Delivery System

Google Takes Another Step Forward With Drone Delivery System

Rumor has it that Project Wing, a secret drone program that’s been running for two years at Google X, the company’s research lab, has made some significant progress recently after finishing it’s initial testing. According to an article on theatlantic.com, in initial design phases Google decided on an unusual design called…Read more

The New Wave of Business on uShip

The New Wave of Business on uShip

uShip Mobile uShip’s All-New Mobile App is Quickly Becoming the Gateway to Doing Business on uShip Along with the list of hotness below, you could win $1000 in free fuel or other prizes just for downloading the app. It’s called the M-Power Sweepstakes. One step. Huge rewards. Here’s what you…Read more

Yes We CANville!

Yes We CANville!

And you CAN too! uShip just completed our 2 week long canned food drive as part of CANville – the Capital Area Food Bank’s (CAFB) annual drive organized by BuildASign.com. The initiative consists of community minded businesses collecting monetary donations and physical cans to donate to the CAFB. Collectively, participating…Read more

Reality Check: uShip CEO Matt Chasen Shares ‘Shipping Wars’ Backstory

Reality Check: uShip CEO Matt Chasen Shares ‘Shipping Wars’ Backstory

uShip CEO Matt Chasen re-invented the shipping industry 10 years ago by allowing shippers and transporters to connect through uShip.com to ship large or unwieldy items. The concept opened itself to shipping anything – cars, boats, animals, freight; even a giant doomsday bunker. And now every week millions of viewers…Read more

Let Your Hair Down, It May Help Your Job.

Let Your Hair Down, It May Help Your Job.

The importance of social events at companies Everyone has a “guy” for something – a mechanic, a bartender, some sort of hook up. The person that’ll cut you a deal, put you first in line, or help you out even if they don’t really have the time. This idea isn’t…Read more

uShip Teams Up with Penske to Help DIY Movers With Specialized Shipments

uShip Teams Up with Penske to Help DIY Movers With Specialized Shipments

One of transporters biggest complaints about shippers is their inability to estimate how much stuff they really have. Providers often show up at locations and realize the extent – and perhaps more importantly, the difficulty – required to move said items was way underestimated in the listing. This even applies…Read more

Moving a 200-ton Spectrometer: THIS IS NUTS.

Moving a 200-ton Spectrometer: THIS IS NUTS.

Europe’s quaint, small streets are fantastic for perusing, people watching, and facilitating 200-ton Spectrometer transport. Wait, what? That’s what happened when people living in Leopoldshafen, Germany witnessed this monstrosity moving through the narrow streets of their town. What looked other-worldly was in fact the principle spectrometer of the Katrin experiment,…Read more