Logistics Startup of the Month: Nautilus Labs

Nautilus Labs

Every month we select one logistics startup which represents a positive example of innovation in Logistics and Supply Chain and has the potential to alter the way the industry operates. This month, Transmetrics selected Nautilus Labs, an innovative AI-powered solution for ocean commerce, as the “Logistics Startup of the Month” for its remarkable achievements in minimizing fuel consumption, maximizing operational efficiency, and optimizing the fleet performance of shipping companies.

In order to learn more about the startup and what it does, we have talked with Nautilus Labs CEO Matt Heider about the business and how Artificial Intelligence can improve the efficiency of ocean operations and logistics.

Logistics of the Future: Best Trucking Startups

Best Trucking Startups

This article about the best trucking startups is part of the “Logistics of the Future” series looking at the top logistics startups today.

Cargo trucks have been a common sight on roads around the globe for decades. But while logistics technology has advanced drastically over the years, the trucking sector remained largely untouched until very recently. Due to its dependence on manual drivers and operations, the industry has struggled to overcome major inefficiencies: Excessive paperwork, long waits at distribution centers, running empty trucks, to name a few.

Knowing Where Your Logistics Data Comes from is Very Important. Here’s Why

Logistics Data

In the following guest feature, Nick Chubb, Head of Growth at Intelligent Cargo Systems, shares his insights on why the origin and the quality of logistics data is an extremely important aspect of your business and what are the actionable steps that companies can take today to improve it.

We are increasingly becoming data-driven decision makers in both our personal and professional lives. It’s rare that I will step out of my front door in the morning without checking the weather on my phone, and it’s equally rare that I will make a procurement decision without looking up the supplier on Crunchbase or Capterra to research the market, competitors, pricing, and quality of service. This data-driven approach makes sense for many reasons; I don’t often get caught in the rain without an umbrella and being able to see a supplier’s top competitors ensures I don’t ever pay over the odds for a service. When extended to an organization, a data-driven approach enables teams to better serve their customers by using data to drive their actions. If done correctly, it enables an organization to take a far more customer-centric approach to how they do business.