RoadEx trucking finance company offers freight factoring, dispatch

Jagdeep Dhillon, owner and chairwoman of Livonia-based company Roadex, which deals with big trucks is seeing lots of growth with her business.

A trucking economic solutions company in metro Detroit is seeing rapid growth and anticipates doubling its income this year in contrast with before the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Livonia-primarily based RoadEx was started off in 2014 by Jagdeep Dhillon, who experienced run a trucking company formerly with her husband. She attributes RoadEx’s expansion spurt to pandemic-related increases in demand for delivered merchandise, plus the firm’s 2020 and 2021 decisions to expand services for its consumer foundation of mostly small and mid-size truck carriers and operator-operators.

RoadEx’s profits has grown from $60 million in 2019 to an predicted $130 million for all of 2021.

It is exceptional for companies in the trucking marketplace to be owned or operate by women, and only about 12% of the industry’s workforce was female in 2020, in accordance to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Studies.

Minnie Arwood

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