Stefanie Kraus, Elzbieta Wiankowska​ & Dennis Jantos


European road freight is growing but capacities are already tight; there's a shortage on truck drivers and the roads are full. The logistics sector is highly fragmented, and the information flow often is still quite manual, ambiguous, slow and error-prone.​ In the chemical industry in Germany alone, more than 150.000 trucks are rejected each year, meaning that thay cannot be loaded or unloaded as planned, because there specific requirements that apply at company sites are not communicated reliably and efficiently to all parties involved.


Loady enables an effective and seamless communication of loading and unloading requirements within the supply chain network: from logistics procurement to transport order management, transport planning and dispatching, up to the physical delivery process. This means that companies can maintain their site and product specific specifications in a standardized data structure and then share them with business partners and logistics service providers in a secure way. Loady provides a multilingual driver’s view and companies and carriers can also connect their corporate systems and applications with Loady to gather reliable, up-to-date requirements directly into the specific operations and processes. By resolving this long-standing problem, Loady improves the overall collaboration, helps to avoid truck rejections, and makes transportation services more efficient, reliable and sustainable.