Reducing costs and increasing margins for carriers

TGMatrix helps carriers optimise loads and build new relationships with shippers. The automated platform makes it easy for shippers to find you, reduces paperwork and allows you to manage all spare capacity from one place.

The next-generation of freight optimisation

TGMatrix is an automated transport matching platform that brings together a community of shippers and carriers


How TGMatrix works for carriers


Send in your offer

An offer is sent in automatically from your TMS, ERP, XLS or Web Portal including your capacity, location and timing.


The shippers send in their transport requests

They specify pick up time, locations, delivery time, price and load requirements.


Matches are made

The TGMatrix matching engine searches through thousands of variables in seconds to calculate a suggested itinerary and find the best possible match between shipper and carrier.


Contracts are sent

Once a full match has been found, an electronic contract is sent to both parties.


Manage and track from the App

Drivers can use the TGMatrix mobile app to review the contract, create check-ins for pick-ups and deliveries, provide real time status updates, get a signature, and record any damage by taking a photo and attaching it to the job.

Find out how you can join our network of carriers

Optimise your loads and earn more money

Grow your business

Get additional loads from shippers you don’t have existing relationships with

Expand your fleets’ capacity

Take advantage of cross-company collaboration during peak season

Integrate directly with your own TMS

Reduce paperwork and improve efficiency

10% increase in asset utilisation

Get more paid miles/kms by filling otherwise empty capacity

15% reduced cost of sub contraction

Act as a shipper too when subcontracting makes more sense than running your own vehicle

Substantial increase in margins

More traffic can be managed by the same headcount. Staff can focus on customer facing tasks

Our Pricing Model for Carriers

See how much you can save with our matching platform.

What our industry leaders are saying

“The only way we will be in business in the next 40 years is if we do things differently to ensure that the planet is healthy and all people in our extended supply chains have the opportunity to thrive. 

We must work together, because the engine of global business – its supply chain – is broken, and requires transformational, cross-industry collaboration to fix it.

Although we as an industry are staring to make good progress on our own operations, we haven’t yet made enough progress in the boarder supply chain. While efforts have been well-intentioned, the current level of progress is nowhere near enough and the scale of intervention needs to be much bolder!”

Grant F. Reid
CEO, Mars

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