Technology will continue to play a key role in simplifying cargo bidding process in Nigeria, Founder and Country Manager of Moov Nigeria, Mr. Larry Chinekezi, has said. Chinekezi stated this while announcing the birth of moov.com.ng, a technology disruptive and pioneer online delivery service marketplace has launched in Nigeria.
He said individual customers and courier firms would benefit from the imitative. He said that leveraging technology, the online platform is itching to positively impact thousands of individual and corporate transportation organizations in the country and Africa as a whole.
He said the platform will simplify the tedious freight brokerage activities, bringing in the dynamic aspect of ‘freight bidding software’, sometimes referred to as ‘online truck load boards’ or ‘freight load boards and help customers or cargo owners to select choice delivery company from a pool of professionals the platform will provide.
Aside instituting sanity in the industry, Chinekezi said when launched, the solution will also assist users, especially operators solve ‘Origin and Destination (O&D) complexities, as cargo shipments are usually one-way, with operators losing revenue along the line.
Before now, Chinekezi said O&D results in doubling the workload for cargo revenue management, since there is no return trip to count on. However, he said moov.com.ng will ensure the synchronization of multiple touch points, including flights, trucks, regulatory/security checks, varying loading and handling requirements, and special services, which must all be factored into cargo management to make correct decisions, meet customer agreements, and generate profits.
“We are excited to announce the launch of Moov Nigeria, a purely Internet logistics service organization to the general public,” said Chinekezi, “The domain name, moov.com.ng, connects shipping users to carefully verified vehicle ownerdrivers or delivery companies who have the expertise and capability to pick up and deliver securely any parcel or cargo from the home or office to desired destinations throughout the 36 states of Nigeria.” Chinekezi said that the innovative platform tends to entrench the era of reliable delivery service, adding that lack of trust has been the bane of courier/logistics industry in the country.
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