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The Hamburg-based start-up driveMybox craves to set new standards with its digital trucking platform and digitize the entire transport process.

After the beta phase has proven successful, driveMybox is now launching its digital all-in-one solution. The start-up from Hamburg wants to set new standards with the trucking platform, as the digitization of truck container traffic today is mainly based on isolated solutions and time-shifted information exchange, which result in loss of efficiency and costly efforts for many manual tasks.

From the combination of knowledge, data-driven technologies and innovation, we digitize the container logistics of the future and always have the added value for all involved in mind” – emphasizes co-founder Dr Leonard Heilig.

DriveMybox GmbH wants to bring clients and service providers together and also digitize the entire transport process, from price queries to disposition to billing. Online booking, dynamic prices, live tracking, automatic payment processing, direct communication and digital documents should ensure flexibility and transparency.

Avoid empty runs and useless waiting

With the digitization of the transport chain as an all-in-one solution, driveMybox is pursuing the goal of optimally organizing container transport and efficiently processing orders so that empty trips, useless waiting and non-transparency can be avoided. Self-employed truckers and transport companies also benefit from app-based, paperless, simple and fast processing. The start-up promises a quick and easy booking process; via the platform is quick and easy. The registered drivers, on the other hand, receive the optimized transport orders via push – Message sent directly to the smartphone.

Our platform is already very well received by clients and transport service providers. This is primarily due to our business concept and the extensive functionality of the platform says co-founder Aaron Spandehra.

Clients and service providers can register for free on the platform. From August 2020, booking and processing for import and export transports at the Munich, Nuremberg and Kornwestheim transhipment stations will be possible. The nationwide expansion is planned for the course of the year.

Photo: driveMybox

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