DispatchTrack has announced new clients, partnerships, and geographic reach as it continues its accelerated growth strategy. The news comes after, earlier this year, announcing its expansion into the UK with new headquarters as part of its global expansion.
The new clients include Keen & Able, Cousins Furniture, Al Rugaib Furniture, Last Mile Logistics (Liverpool) Ltd and Cargill who join thousands of global clients as retailers and home delivery services increasingly look to transform their last mile delivery and provide a greater experience to their customers.
Rod Dunbar, Managing Director, at Keen & Able said: “We are delighted to be working with DispatchTrack. The service was implemented quickly, and we were up and running in no time. We are already transforming our deliveries by reducing costs through optimising our delivery routes which is making our journeys more sustainable and providing a better service for our customers.”
As part of their accelerated growth DispatchTrack has formed strategic alliances with several partners in the region. New partners include Zebra which provides customers with a wider choice of approved device options suited for work environments; GOSmart to allow new, more streamlined and cost-effective solutions in Namibia; Sygic, who have delivered a new driver navigation solution for compliant, safe and accurate routes and a partnership with NetSuite that allows great integration by users and simplifies access to the platform and allows connectivity to customer databases with real time updates.
Their continued client success has seen the EMEA DispatchTrack team already triple in size with the headcount and geographic footprint increasing with a presence now having been established in France, Germany, Hong Kong, and Australia.
Alex Buckley, General Manager, who heads up the DispatchTrack teams across EMEA and APAC said: “We are delighted to be welcoming new clients and partners and expanding our geographic reach so quickly. There is a huge need for change in how brands and 3PL’s view their delivery operation, and I am pleased our growth is highlighting how easily deliveries can be transformed, along with the cost savings and benefits to the environment. Last mile visibility is crucial as it can make or break a modern delivery operation.”