UNANU Logistics, a company offering the latest communication, online payments and tracking technologies to the transportation industry, announced today that they will be launching in Chennai and the surrounding areas in Tamil Nadu. Since the company’s founding in 2017, UNANU Logistics has been solely focused on bringing the latest tools through the web and mobile platforms to transportation companies nationwide.
Logistics industry in India is seeing a rapid growth with many factors contributing, such as the changing tax system, industrialization and entry of foreign players. However,one of the challenges that the industry face is the poor infrastructure such as road conditions, lack of manpower and organized supply chain. Providing solutions to one of the major challenges, which is the unorganized demand management and supply chain, UNANU a truck aggregator app was launched in Chennai.
“Technological adaptation in the logistics space is at a relatively slower pace, particularly for small to mid-size businesses in India, making it the perfect market to introduce our product & technological capability.” says UNANU Logistics CEO & Founder Srini Sundar. At UNANU, we are currently engaging with a large set of fleet owners & transportation/shipping companies to showcase how our revolutionary product can lower shipping costs and freight charges, so companies can improve their quality of service, rather than just the number of shipments.
UNANU will benefit the shippers by providing quality freight services and on the flip side, the fleet owners can effectively manage the utilization of the vehicles. “In many cases, the vehicles return empty or have to halt for days together to get an order that they can ship back. To provide return load support, UNANU will be a great platform,” he further adds.
The scenario of tech driven logistics in India is emerging over the last few years and bringing a digitized solution to truck aggregator will automate processes like delivery status, load find and driver payment providing real time updates on consignments from pickup to delivery. “This model of business will minimize the operational costs and expenses on deadheads, thereby enabling efficient use of fuel,” he concludes.