CABT Logistics Contributes App.15 Lakh Of Volume Daily In Last Mile Delivery: CABT
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CABT Logistics Contributes App.15 Lakh Of Volume Daily In Last Mile Delivery: CABT

CABT Logistics contributes around 15 lakh of volume on a daily basis in last mile delivery, according to Himanshu Singhal, Head of Business Development Marketing and Sales at CABT Logistics, while discussing the company’s recently deployed technologies to keep up with the increase in the demand cycle in the logistic market.

“When it comes to the last mile, we have an unique integration with Shipsy housing process, where we have done our integration and all the partners to whom we provide logistics services in the last mile, we integrate the platform with Shipsy,” Singhal said.

All partners may track their shipments using Shipsy. Customers who have the AWB number may go online to the Shipsyplatform and obtain live tracking information on the merchandise, he said.

“We need a route optimization for all our riders so that these riders do not spend time, energy, and expense on travelling to erroneous routes,” Singhal said of the company’s Route Optimization technology.

“If the rider inputs the PIN code in the Shipsy platform, it provides the rider an ideal path in which he can figure out which client and PIN code should arrive first,” he stated.

Singhal mentioned logistics, warehousing, and fast trade solutions.

“We will be integrated with different UniWare softwares, such as Unicommerce and other E-commerce softwares, to assist us optimise the fulfillment process,” he said.

He stated that by optimising and adopting these software, the corporation can lessen its reliance on human labour and the faults that humans make.

“We have introduced CABT surface services in the last three months,” Singhal said of CABT projects. Where we have begun FTL (Full Truck Load) travels across India, where we have already established a monthly revenue volume of one crore.”

The firm began with GPS enabled trucking services, where each vehicle has GPS enabled put into a truck that cannot be removed or tampered with, he said.

Singhal also discussed the company’s planning stage, in which it is in negotiations with different IT providers to avoid drunk driving incidents.

“We have come across a technology where there is a device which can be fitted into a truck to observe the driving behaviour of a driver. Like if a truck is being driven at an average speed of 60-70 kmh, but suddenly crosses 80-90 miles then a supervisor will get a certain warning signal,” he said.

Singhal believes that by conducting random audits on all of the tracks that it operates, the firm will be able to handle the situation and problem.

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