Is this you?
Delayed deliveries. Hours spent on the phone chasing them up. Carriers dictating unreasonable pick-up times. Multiple contacts, multiple invoices, multiple systems to navigate. Lost time, lost parcels, lost profit.
Sound familiar? Feeling the frustration? Losing patience? You’re not alone.
For too long, businesses everywhere have endured the pain and punishment of delivery disarray.
But you needn’t suffer any longer.
There is a better way.
At your service
The smart and simple solution
Welcome to the world of AI-driven delivery software. It’s here to save you time and money, and to give you back control of your company’s logistics.
Central to the service is DespatchLab, a sophisticated piece of software designed specifically to make you and your company’s life a lot easier. It works by assessing parcel weight, size, and destination, before pairing it up with the best carrier for the job.
Best price? Most reliable? Quickest carrier? You’ll have it all at the click of a button. No chasing, no second-guessing. Just a simple, streamlined, single point of access to fulfil all your shipping needs.
Logistics how you like it
A fully managed service
First, we aim to collect ALL your parcels – not at lunchtime when you’ve only got a few ready (inconvenient right?), but the end of the day when they are ALL available.
Next, our AI optimises despatch by sending each individual parcel via the most cost effective courier and route – so saving you money and eliminating surcharges.
We call it the logistical fast lane.
And you get to ride it on autopilot.
Want some proof first? We thought you’d never ask!
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