Suppliers of software for logistical procurement are increasingly adapting to the order of their customers from trade and industry, reduce cargo-related carbon dioxide emissions.
Whether pizza, clothes or diapers - today we order almost everything online. We have long since got used to the “Amazon effect”, that is, the fact that our desired products are always and everywhere available and, ideally, are delivered today instead of tomorrow.
The young logistics startup Shipsta, founded by Christian Wilhelm, brokers freight orders. Early-stage investors RTP from Russia and Mangrove from the US recently invested a mid-single-digit million amount in the company.
The company offers products that provide the direct link between shippers and logistics service providers, procurement, handling which are optimizing transport capacities and reducing freight costs.
I'm Christian, the founder and CEO of SHIPSTA. At SHIPSTA we want to give everyone the opportunity to buy freight rates digitally. It is important to us to always offer our customers the latest technology.
The electronic marketplace for freight purchases, Shipsta, has opened a branch in Hamburg. The start-up from Luxembourg is now part of the Digital Hub Logistics.
The start-up from Luxembourg is now part of the Digital Hub Logistics. The Shipsta platform, which was co-founded by former Kuehne + Nagel manager Christian Wilhelm, brings clients and transporters together in digital form.
“Shipsta’s focus is on digitized and smart purchasing of freight rates,” says founder Christian Wilhelm. "We want to give everyone the opportunity to buy freight rates digitally."
A new eProcurement solution from Shiptsa aims to make sea freight, air freight and road freight transport fit for the digital future. The platform connects shippers and carriers on an online marketing platform and uses crowdsourcing to bundle the orders for freight volumes for companies of all sizes.
Early-stage investors RTP from Russia and Mangrove from the USA recently invested a mid-single-digit million amount in Shipsta, a company founded by Christian Wilhelm in Luxembourg that brokers freight orders.
With crowdsourcing and artificial intelligence SHIPSTA for a unique digitization boost in the logistics industry: The digital procurement of freight rates has never been so easy. Well-known investors have recognized this.
Hamburg Luxembourg is not necessarily a seafaring nation. But when Christian Wilhelm left the local holding company of the logistics company Kuehne + Nagel four years ago, the Trier native did not want to change location.
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