Kobo360 launches new software application for transport efficiency

Kobo360, a global logistics-focused technology company, has launched a new software application platform in Ghana to facilitate easy access, efficient monitoring and ensure real-time value of shipping goods.

The Kobo360 logistics technology platform connects the supply of trucks with the demand for transport services by freight owners.

Mr. Bilal Abdullah, COO of Kobo360, at the launch in Accra on Thursday, said the app had unique features such as the flexibility to locate trucks for transport, visibility to trace the location of vehicles and security packages, which covered both the delivery of goods and the insurance of truck drivers.

The new app, he said, also provided a digitized payroll and invoice, as well as a competitive bidding system that allowed freight owners to negotiate freight charges.

Mr. Abdullah explained that Kobo360’s mission was to build the global logistics operating system that would power trade and commerce across Africa and emerging markets.

The company enables unprecedented efficiency and cost reduction in the supply chain, providing 360 degree visibility while delivering products of all sizes safely, on time and in full.

He indicated that time, cost and quality are key factors in the success of logistics, which is why the company is striving to create a global operating system to ensure rapid movement of goods at lower cost. for businesses across Africa.

He said that Kobo360, which is a US-based company, has a major branch in Nigeria, and now in Ghana where it is rolling out a beta operation, which has logged over 100 trips and collaborated with clients such as Olam Ghana. .

He said the company will go further to test the Kenyan market in the coming weeks, where the team will meet the drivers and equip them with the tools needed to make trips efficiently, while imbuing its culture and brand affinity with the within the supply chain.

Mr Abdullah said that in Nigeria, Kobo360 is at the forefront of logistics covering over 80% of the country and recording a 40% cost reduction in the supply chain.

Mr. Oluwatosin A. Babafemi, Chief Engineering Officer at Kobo360, Nigeria demonstrated the use of the app at https://customer.kobo360.com and said the company will spend the next few weeks training potential drivers in the trucking industry. in Ghana on app usage and business requirement.

He indicated that this could only be done through the application downloadable from google play store and which would soon be operational on iPhone.

He called on truck owners and drivers to patronize company departments to help them meet their challenges and ensure efficiency.

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