MySize joins forces with Indian e-commerce logistics startup, Delhivery
Category: #business  By Pranali Mehta  Date: 2021-07-01
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MySize joins forces with Indian e-commerce logistics startup, Delhivery
  • MySize's BoxSize sizing solution enables logistics organizations to better utilize their resources and manage their logistics strategically
  • The partnership will complement MySize’s well-known in-house tech solutions for visibility and other ERP procedures

MySize Inc., a developer of smartphone measurement solutions, has recently announced a collaboration with Delhivery, India's largest supply chain services provider. The collaboration will see MySize’s BoxSize AI sizing solution help the industry-leading logistics organization with tools to improve efficiency and operational management.

The partnership will also complement MySize’s well-known in-house tech solutions for visibility and other ERP procedures. MySize's BoxSize enables logistics organizations to better utilize their resources and manage their logistics strategically, while also safeguarding the environment and the company's financial line.

Its parcel measuring tool, which evaluates both dimensions and volume, enhances delivery efficiency by assisting operations teams in precisely packing a vehicle to utilize every possible inch of space.

In addition, BoxSize offers features like barcode scanning, GPS tagging, and image capture capabilities. Reduced emissions and fuel consumption, as well as a validated chain of custody and increased operational efficiency, resulting in fewer half-filled trucks, significantly better resource allocation, and lesser emissions.

The sizing solution will provide useful information to Delhivery's B2B staff, allowing them to easily enhance loading capacity and add even more legit visibility to operations. The fact that Delhivery chose BoxSize is a testimony to its value, given the company's position as a leader in delivery and logistics technology.

Ronen Luzon, CEO, and Founder of MySize, stated that by using their handheld sizing solution, any delivery driver or warehouse employee can instantly transform into an experienced logistics planner. Offering this solution in the hands of people in charge of a parcel's journey will provide them a key tool for success and improved delivery experience to number of businesses in India.

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