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 shippers
Set up your own general framework of requirements for carriers
Specify if you have specific partner preferences, and what you want the engine to prioritise when creating your carrier matches, such as lower prices, speed of delivery, carbon footprint, etc.
You send in your transport request
You can do this automatically via TMS, ERP, XLS or Web Portal. For each load, you can specify pick up time, locations, delivery time, price and special requirements. You also set your timeframe for finding a match.
Matches are made
The TGMatrix matching engine searches through thousands of variables in seconds to calculate a suggested itinerary and find the best possible carrier offer for you.
Contracts are sent
Once a full match has been found, an electronic contract is sent to both parties.
Get end to end visibility
Real time status updates provided by the Matrix smartphone app or carrier are forwarded immediately on receipt including POD data where applicable.
Find out how you can join our network of shippers
Find more Carriers, when you need them.
Integrate directly with your own TMS
Reduce paperwork and improve efficiency
Get real time status updates
Track your shipments, measure performance and compare pricing
Reduce carbon emissions
Contribute to your corporate social responsibility initiative
Instant access to a larger network of compliant carriers
Get the perfect match with the right carrier for your load every time
Manage preferred carriers
Automatically measure performance, pricing, sustainability and compliance
15% reduction in transport costs
Improve your bottom line by reducing sub-contracting costs
Our Pricing Model for Shippers
See how much you can save with our matching platform.
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