Geographic information systems (GIS) play an important role in logistics planning.
- Distribution route planning
- Territory analysis
- Street work planning
- Delivery costing
- Leisure location planning
- Service delivery management
Plan distribution routes
Logistics companies calculate the best order to make deliveries and the shortest and fastest route between each delivery point with our mapping software Prospex. It takes into account road speeds, one way and no entry restrictions, thus informing our clients of the most efficient route to take.
Schedule local canvassing and distribution
Newspaper and leaflet distribution companies link Prospex with their customer database to schedule efficient delivery routes using the most detailed street level mapping data, providing them with a clear route for each canvasser.
Our clients maximize the number of deliveries they make and minimise the amount of driving through territory analysis with our mapping software, Prospex.
Our clients gauge fuel usage and cost
deliveries prior to taking on a job using
our drive time tool, TimeTravel, so they
know how long it will take to carry out
Find out more
Save time and money with your logistics
planning. Call 01904 701020 or
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