Spotlight on Logistics: BlackBuck’s Rajesh Yabaji

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Rajesh Yabaji already had experience with the whole value chain of logistics – planning, warehousing and transportation – when he formed BlackBuck, a Bengaluru, India-based freight-booking service company along with logistics experts B. Ramasubramaniam and Chanakya Hridaya in 2015.

Back in the day, the customer had no information or control on the status of their freight once it was already in transit. BlackBuck is a freight management solution that addresses the needs of every stakeholder in the transporting industry, including the customer, truck owner and the driver.

BlackBuck allows companies and truck operators to meet, while overseeing the whole process. The company’s clients proved that the demand for these services was there – it has served some of India’s biggest brands and has tens of thousands of truck owners registered.

Although the company’s goal is to connect people and revolutionize transportation logistics and the freight-booking logistics sector, Yabaji also cares about drivers – another company goal is to improve the lives of truck drivers by improving the infrastructure along driving routes.

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Tracey Tong

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Tracey Tong is an award-winning journalist with over 15 years in newspapers and communications. She is a former managing editor at Metro News and has contributed stories on business, politics, technology, science, healthcare and the arts to dozens of publications all over North America. The Burlington native currently makes her home in Ottawa. Find her on Twitter @TraceyTong