Loading planner created by professionals and scientists
Goodloading is a three-dimensional loading planner that only 3 years ago was recognised as one of the most interesting logistics start-ups in Europe. The software developer reveals that for the last 2 years it has been working on the next generation, created with the help of scientists.
The application has already gained global popularity in its current version. ‘Goodloading has been recognised in 90 countries and our services have been used by several thousand companies, not only logistics ones,’ says Martyna Strzoda, being in charge of communications. ‘This comes thanks to a well-designed interface that allows one to quickly get familiar with the application, even if someone does not work with this type of tool on a daily basis,’ she continues.
Despite positive reviews from the market, the software developers decided to invest in a new version and invited 2 teams of scientists to work together.
‘The first change will involve the heart of the system, which is currently driven by an algorithm arranging loads on a selected cargo space. The new version of the application will use dozens of algorithms to choose the most optimal distribution of loads, including self-learning algorithms – based on the user’s preferences,’ says Bogumił Paszkiewicz, developer of Goodloading.
This is also great news for ERP, TMS or WMS platform providers who would like to have a module that calculates available cargo space automatically. Thanks to the created system integration, it is already possible.
The new version will include a number of new features, which are often uncommon on the market for this type of system. ‘The stacking service itself will be much more extensive than the one currently available, and this is just a small part of the new features. The new Goodloading will also support more types of cargo space, including less popular ones such as aircraft containers. We have improved pallet handling significantly and introduced completely new solutions, which we will announce soon,’ adds Bogumił Paszkiewicz.
The new version of Goodloading will be released next spring. Meanwhile, beta tests are planned for the autumn with users who took an active part in the development work.
More information: www.goodloading.com