Minimal footprint, maximum profit
Fact-based data are essential to give you the insights you need to be successful in logistics operations. BigMile’s innovative solutions deliver these insights – whether you are dealing with transport by road, rail, water or air.
Useful insights to strengthen your competitive position
Within the areas of transport, logistics and supply chains, productivity is coming under enormous pressure: order quantities are reduced, more deliveries are being made, traffic congestion is increasing and access to cities is being restricted. Competition is fierce. At the same time, companies face the challenge of dramatically reducing their carbon footprint by 2030. Having an insight into the right information can help you address all these challenges, while also improving your competitive position and the performance of your business.
Three steps to improved performance
BigMile is a self-service platform that collects and combines data from the day-to-day operations of shippers and logistics services providers. It delivers concrete, tangible insights that can lead to major improvements – within your organisation, but also, in particular, between companies. As anomalies are clearly visible, you can make improvements in a highly targeted way. With BigMile you can therefore take active steps to minimise your footprint and maximise your profit.
BigMile is suitable for
Shippers and logistics service providers
For all parties within a supply chain who store and transport goods or have goods transported.
Transport via any modality
For transport by road, rail, water and air – and even via pipelines.
For petrol, diesel (HVO/biodiesel/synthetic diesel), LNG/CNG, fuel oil, green/non-renewable electricity, LPG, kerosene, hydrogen, bioethanol, etc.
PostNL: systematic measurement minimises footprint
During the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES), held on 5 June 2019 in The Hague, Mariëlle van Spronsen (PostNL) and Leon Simons …
Profitability and sustainability go hand in hand
Like many other logistics services providers, in recent years CB has had to face up to the problems of smaller deliveries, less…