Nuro Stock

nuro.aiTransportationFounded: 2016Funding to Date: $1.39B

Nuro is the a provider of autonomous delivery using robotics with a fleet of on-road, fully occupantless and autonomous vehicles designed to deliver everyday goods to consumers ranging from groceries to pizza to prescriptions in a way that is quick, affordable, and most importantly, safe.

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Team

Management Team

Jiajun Zhu
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Dave Ferguson Ph.D
Co-Founder
Andrew Clare
Head Of Program Management
David Estrada
Chief Legal & Policy Officer

Board Members

Simon Rothman
Greylock Partners
William Ding

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Pandemic pizza was definitely a thing. U.S. consumers forked out a record-breaking $14bn to have pizza delivered to their doors in 2020, and nearly half of that was spent with one brand: Domino's.
FedEx has struck a multi-year deal with Nuro to test its self-driving delivery vehicles, including for "last-mile" deliveries. This is a big move for Nuro which is dipping into parcel logistics for the first time after focusing heavily on grocery deliveries and pizza. For FedEx, this could help it manage capacity, tackle less-than-ideal routes and cut costs.