DELMIA Last Mile Delivery Planner

Together with DELMIA Quintiq and based on our industry experience we created our TLF DQ Last Mile Planner, an out-of-the-box cloud based solution for tactical and operational route optimization.

The powerful technology of DELMIA Quintiq combined with the industry expertise of The Logic Factory has led to a ready-to-install product range that serves tactical and operational route planning needs of for postal, parcel and express service providers.

The Logic Factory recognizes the challenges of the last mile planning puzzles. The last mile puzzle is defined by items as the stop density, the sub-contractor structure, address data quality, and the sorting automation of your network. These dictate which optimization approach is valid: tactical or operational and static, semi-static or dynamic.

Based on our successful experiences in implementing last-mile optimization solutions we delivered long-lasting value to our postal, parcel and express customers on various continents.

We proved for various customers that optimization technology does add value: efficiency and effectiveness can be raised with multiple percentage points. Please check our postal, parcel and express case studies for more details.

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Quintiq’s Mission: Empowering Businesses to Plan for Profit

DELMIA Quintiq’s revolutionary supply chain planning and optimization (SCP&O) platform enables enterprises to improve efficiency right through their supply chain journey. End-to-end planning and optimization of personnel, resources and processes are all powered within a single planning environment, across all planning horizons.

Many of the world’s largest and most successful enterprises rely onDELMIA Quintiq to achieve business goals, strengthen competitive advantage, and create new revenue streams.

Established in 1997 and growing rapidly,DELMIA Quintiq has a presence and offices around the world. DELMIA Quintiq’s software is in use at over 500 locations in 78 countries worldwide.