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Cloud-based App ecosystem to simplify techno-logistics
By William Faria July 04, 2017
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DUBAI: Cloud-based app solutions are revolutionising the provision of services – from renting holiday homes to hailing cabs.

A UAE based company, Trukkin Middle East has brought a similar model to the logistics, driving and trucking industries, putting technology at its core to unlock efficiencies.

The company says it is committed to making significant investments in technology to optimise commercial transport, and make it more efficient and transparent.

 Trukkin Middle East has launched its new cloud-based B2B platform that unites customers with shippers and truckers in the Middle East region to create new business opportunities and deliver streamline logistics solutions.

The startup was the brainchild of entrepreneurs from Saudi Arabia and the UAE, and was co-founded by Ahmed Al Nafie and Janardan Dalmia. Trukkin is headquartered in Dubai with offices in Saudi Arabia and India as it connects transporters with customers through a uniquely effective technology-based solution.

The techno-logistics platform enables logistics services on demand for clients, who can request bids through the app or on the web portal after registering. For clients, Trukkin unlocks new suppliers, services on demand, and lower transport overheads backed by transparency. For fleet owners and individual drivers, the Trukkin platform offers a powerful new channel for business development.

“We’ve launched Trukkin with the mission of making it the preferred logistics enabler region wide by providing a state of the art mechanism to connect suppliers and clients. Trukkin answers a genuine industry need for greater transparency, choice of providers and the ability to request transport services from available fleets. The team has developed the product after extensive on-the-ground market research, working very closely with partners from Saudi Arabia. We have honed the user journey to make registration, placing orders, accepting bids, and making payments very simple, leading to an excellent user experience from start to finish.

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