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Cargopedia is an international freight exchange, a website that facilitates the connection between carriers and shippers. In other words, Cargopedia is a website of international cargo transport ads, that helps the carriers find loads to be transported, and the shippers find trucks to carry their loads.
If you have never worked on a freight exchange before, please also see How does a freight exchange work?.
Everyone, both companies (as carriers or shippers) and individuals (only as shippers). Please note that we reserve the right to refuse registration to companies that have a bad history of incidents on other platforms.
Press the Register button from the main section of the site. After completing the registration form, you will be automatically logged into site.
For the basic functions of the site, Cargopedia access is free (see the Free subscription). This type of subscription has certain limitations. To access all the site's functions, and other benefits, Cargopedia puts at the disposal of its users two types of paid subscriptions, Standard and Premium.
We believe that safety is an essential thing in transporting, that's why we take a lot of measures to protect you. Please see the Safety page for more details.
Although at first we did not accept individuals on our site, from 29 October 2015 Cargopedia started to also allow access of this category of persons. The carriage is, ultimately, universal and it's not fair for us to decide with whom you work, but your own.
Regarding safety, we can ensure you stay cool: although individuals can publish loads, they can not see the contact information of other users - other carriers or shippers. So no individual will call you to ask if you want to transport his/her goods. You decide whether you want to also take orders from individuals or not.
On Cargopedia each company adds its own ads and establishes its own tariffs and business connections. By publishing ads, you become visible to other companies registered on Cargopedia. After adding a load or truck ad, it will appear first in the ad list on the main page.
You can publish as many ads as you wish, even on the Free subscription. However, please note that in order to maintain a fair environment for all members of the Cargopedia, you cannot add duplicate ads on our platform.
The moment you publish an add, you may select one of the following types of vehicles: Any truck, Van / Box truck, Tilt truck, Container truck, Open body truck, Tipper, Tractor unit, Low bed / Oversized, Car transporter, Animal transporter, Crane truck, Tank, Liquid food tank.
All Cargopedia subscriptions (including the Free plan) allow adding an unlimited number of users or company locations.
The activity rating on Cargopedia, displayed in the form of stars after the company name (in the page of every ad and in the profile page), is a score that reflects the number of ads published on the website by that company, considering the average number of notices published by other members of Cargopedia. If you are close to the average of other users, you'll have 3 stars. If you exceed the average, you'll have 4 or 5 stars. The rating is calculated automatically after an intelligent algorithm.
Every user has the right to offer a review to another company whom he has collaborated with, in the form of a comment and a scoring, from 1 to 5. This way, the serious companies will distinguish themselves and will offer more confidence.
No, it isn't necessary. The list of the adds refreshes automatically every time a new ad is posted.
Access the Incidents section from the admin area and press the New Incident button to open a new incident. After completing the details of the incident and attach the justifying documents, your incident will be published in this section, and the claimed company will be notified by e-mail.
Cargopedia is an evolution of the Romanian freight exchange Marfador, launched in 2014. After local success, in year 2015 we expanded internationally with an improved service, under the new name: Cargopedia.
Of course. Please contact us. We are receptive to any suggestions.