The Linebooker model has alleviated companies’ workloads by saving them time on sourcing their own transporters.
Linebooker, an online transport management company that matches trucks with loads in Cape Town, is disrupting South Africa’s freight transport industry. According to the company, Linebooker has enjoyed an excellent five months since its official launch in February 2017. It recently expanded its offering to manage all disciplines of primary transport, including agricultural raw materials and finished goods.
Naudé Rademan, MD of the company says Linebooker provides an affordable and efficient alternative in a space where costs are traditionally murky and broker fees high. “We’ve saved customers an average of 12% on their transport costs, with some clients enjoying a consistent saving of 21%. In the current tough economic climate, all savings matter, and our last 500 loads were achieved three times faster than the previous 500 – indicating a growth in customer momentum.”
Linebooker operates via an online, mobile-friendly interface that connects transport customers to trucking companies through a bidding platform. The service features one point of contact with an end-to-end execution of each load. The system currently has 106 transporters, with a collective fleet of over 2300 vehicles.
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Source:: IT News Africa