Freight Farms

Founded in 2010, the Freight Farms mission is to create a more sustainable and connected food system by providing the tools that enable fresh food production in any environment. Farms are operating in cities across the United States and Canada, creating year-round access to local, fresh produce for restaurants, universities, corporate campuses, hotels, and small businesses. Designed to be easily implemented and operated, a freight farm is delivered ready-to-use and configured for immediate crop production. Built entirely inside a 40’ x 8’ x 9.5’ shipping container, units are outfitted with all the tools needed for high-volume, consistent harvests. With innovative climate technology and growing equipment, the perfect environment is achievable 365 days a year regardless of geographic location. The modular and stackable design makes it easy to integrate into any operation and add more farms to scale production, giving users the flexibility to move and grow as the market demands.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Boston, US
Founded
2010
Size (employees)
38 (est)
Freight Farms was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Boston, US

Key People/Management at Freight Farms

Brad McNamara

Brad McNamara

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Heather Onstott

Heather Onstott

Chief Financial Officer
Jonathan Friedman

Jonathan Friedman

Co-Founder and President
Dan Marino

Dan Marino

Director of Operations
Kyle Seaman

Kyle Seaman

Director of Software Development

Freight Farms Office Locations

Freight Farms has an office in Boston
Boston, US (HQ)
108 840 Summer St

Freight Farms Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2010

Total Funding

$16.2 m

Latest funding size

$5.7 m

Time since last funding

8 months

Investors

Freight Farms's latest funding round in April 2017 was reported to be $5.7 m. In total, Freight Farms has raised $16.2 m

Freight Farms's Web-traffic and Trends

Freight Farms Online and Social Media Presence

Freight Farms News and Updates

Leafy Green Machine From Freight Farms Brings Sustainable Food To Schools

Freight Farms converts insulated shipping containers into Leafy Green Machines, hydroponic gardens that can grow up to 4 tons of fresh, sustainable food each year in a space only 40 feet long and 8 feet wide.

Freight Farms Company Life and Culture

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