OLIMP – an international IT-startup headquartered in Illinois, announced the release of the self-titled smart service OLIMP for the freight trucking industry. According to the authors of the idea, the new application is designed to improve the efficiency of each participant in the transportation and warehousing business. The OLIMP service organizes the processes of ordering, warehousing and delivering goods and allows to achieve the maximum efficiency.
With the help of warehouse-sharing platform OLIMP, users will have an online access to a federal network of warehouses on demand. If necessary, the system can provide temporary storage of goods and/or cross-docking at one of the warehouses of the network provide local distribution of freights.
"By ordering warehousing, cross-docking or local delivery through the OLIMP service the client can be sure that his freight will be safely stored and delivered. The choose based on price, place and rating of the warehouse in OLIMP network. Our platform is the online community of warehouse owners and tenants which helps to share available square foots. That's why we named it "Airbnb for transportation industry", – says Vlad Gasnikov – CEO of the OLIMP startup.
A constructive approach that provides mutual benefit to all participants in the business process is represented in the name of the company, which means Operational Logistics Improvement to Mutual Performance.
Thus, shipment consolidation, warehousing and cross docking on demand, as well as the option of local distribution, increase the efficiency of work and provide a constant flow of new users", – added Vlad Gasnikov.
The beta version of the service (available for testing on https://olimpfreight.com
) will be presented at the OLIMP stand at the international start-up conference Web Summit 2018, which will be held in Lisbon, Portugal from November 4-9, 2018.