Yellow Express is a global logistics company that helps anyone send, move, or deliver just about anything with the tap of an app.
When you join Yellow Express, you don’t become an employee: you become a business owner. We offer the easiest and most cost-effective path to business ownership in the United States and abroad.
Unlike other business opportunities out there, we believe in true partnership. That’s why we split service income 50-50 with our operators.
How It Works
Yellow Express operators help consumers and businesses send, move, and deliver the things that matter to them.
From there, the customer pays a $19.99 booking fee and then $1/minute and $1/mile plus gratuity. Operators keep 50% of the service fees and 100% of the gratuities.
Everything you earn is paid in real-time and can be tracked via our operator app.
- You earn 50% of service fees and 100% of tips
- Use our fully equippped Ford Transit vans for $0.15/minute
- Work as much as you want, whenever you want
Becoming a Yellow Express operator couldn’t be easier.
Once you’re accepted, it costs only $149 to get started. The setup fee covers a robust 2-day training program, a Yellow Express uniform, and all of the technology needed to run your business.
Operators also pay a monthly membership fee of $149, which provides you with with access to our state-of-the-art facility, unlimited marketing materials, a fully stocked supply depot, kitchen, and ongoing training.
- One-time $149 training and uniform fee
- $149/month for office, marketing, supplies, training, and support
Honoring Our Veterans
Yellow Express Veteran Discounts
Yellow Express offers attractive incentives for honorably discharged service members looking to put their skills to good use through business ownership. With our veteran discount program, qualifying individuals can get started for just $99 and a monthly membership of $99.
- 35% off all fees
- $99 training
- $99/month membership
Our drivers are owners, which means they care about their work.
With Yellow Express, the experience isn't “business as usual.”