Alpha Augmented Services AG (Alpha Augmented Services), an innovation leader in software-based transport optimisation, and global logistics provider Scan Global Logistics (SGL), have entered into a commercial partnership. Going forward, the international full-service logistics provider Scan Global Logistics A/S (SGL) will use the AI-supported software solution from Alpha Augmented Services and integrate it into its product range for both potential and existing customers.
As part of the partnership, SGL customers will, in the future, have the opportunity to significantly reduce their logistics costs and carbon emissions through AI-enabled loading and packaging optimization. Scan Global Logistics is an established, fast-growing logistics service provider with a proven global track record with a defined purpose of making the world of logistics a little less complicated, which this partnership supports.
Massimo Rossetti, CEO of Alpha Augmented Services: ‘The partnership with Scan Global Logistics is another milestone in the market penetration of our product. We are delighted to be working with such a strong, global and fast-growing partner. We complement each other ideally, as SGL not only covers all transport routes and modes but also the supply chains as a whole. This is also the approach of our AI-based solution. Together we can enable customers all over the world to further optimize their entire supply chain, which combines ecological and economic advantages in an excellent way.’
Mads Drejer, Global COO & CCO from Scan Global Logistics: ‘With the Alpha Augmented Services solution, we can further expand our service and product offering to all customers across the globe. This solution can be integrated quickly and smoothly into existing processes and, because it is a SaaS model, does not require any material initial investments. The economic ROI is significant, and our customers know at the same time that carbon emissions are reduced immediately. Cost savings and sustainability go hand in hand as we see it, and loading and packaging optimization is an area that we believe deserves more attention from all parties across the supply chain.’