Alto Adige truck transport digital management platform
Gruber Beyond MyDesk, regarded as a “step forward in the transport digitalization process” was recently launched on the market
Gruber Logistics SpA just launched an innovative truck transport digital management platform.
Gruber Beyond MyDesk, entirely developed by the Ora-based (Bolzano) company, is regarded as a “step forward in the transport digitalization process.
Taking up the digitalization challenge is a consequence of our determination to get updated and to adjust to the new trends of our sector. For this reason we increasingly invested in digital transformation and innovation, giving rise to a grand digitalization project. We regard innovation and digitalization as a specific business strategy”, managing director Martin Gruber pointed out.
“Our new digital platform required a deep change of mentality: through this project we not only aim at making transport management processes smoother and easier, but also at changing the relationship between customers and company completely, implementing a development strategy based on transparent performances and customer-supplier interchange processes.
In order to achieve this objective, we asked our IT experts team to develop a product that could both meet customers’ requirements and adjust to the variety of services provided by our company. Our efforts resulted in Gruber Beyond MyDesk”.
With the help of a customizable interface, the platform provides customers with the possibility to manage a personal account autonomously, thus being able to track the position of their units, check the state and pictures of their transports, consult administrative documents, verify the payment status and the performance of transports carried out.
Gruber Logistics is an innovative medium-size logistics company established in 1936 by Josef Gruber, which grew steadily but always remained a family-run business currently managed by the third generation, with 24 branches in Italy, Europe and Asia; 6 Business Units providing a wide range of services to meet its customers’ requirements related to full loads, partial loads, exceptional transports, air and maritime transports, logistics, relocation and assembling.
Core business sectors include steel and automotive industry, as well as chemical, food and paper segments. The company’s fleet consists of 750 units, ranging from 7.5 tons trucks to its mega trailer and special vehicles for transports up to 170 tons.
Last year the Alto Adige road haulage and logistics company opened a branch in Naples to serve maritime transport and project cargo, aiming at developing maritime traffics on the strategic Tyrrhenian-Mediterranean route and focusing on Middle East and African routes.