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Trella: Structuring Supply Chain

by Omar Hagrass

Amidst a pen and paper industry Trella comes forth as the logistical solution to a highly fragmented supply chain sector.

Trella’s focus on Egypt will soon grow into a regional scale for a global commercial issue, with the adoption of an ambitious and young vision. The provision of solutions can aid the commercial sphere in economizing on time and money to create new concepts for innovation for further solutions.

Old modes of communication will be replaced with a more tech driven solution in which every party will be able to exhibit their needs or services, and then supervise their cargoes through a real-time, seamless mechanism that mediates among all relevant parties.

Through the use of Trella’s interface an assessment of all loads can then be presented through a report with the relevant data analyzed; giving our users an opportunity to move forward and grow. Through consistent evaluation of trip telematics, cargo providers can continuously develop their freight mediums to optimize costs.

Consistency of reliable and quality services for the transport value chain is an important feature to solve the issues of the current trucking industry.

Turning into an ore digital format helps reduce matching times for load requests, provides opportunities for reverse hauls to maximize on trip utilization, and accounts for the safety of drivers and cargo through an inclusive insurance system.

Support of our B2B through an automated system can crack the issues of the losses found in the sector. With the evolution of trucking in Egypt’s recent years, current policy and infrastructure longs for the organization of the micro details to help economic growth on the macro scale. 

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