SGS Logistics Expands with Orcoda SaaS – Boosts Transport Sector

SGS Logistics expands with Orcoda SaaS - boosts transport sector

Orcoda’s Transport Logistics division is pleased to announce that SGS Logistics is expanding its contract to utilise Orcoda’s extensive SaaS scheduling, monitoring system and in–field processes to optimise and streamline their transport and field services workforce requirements.

SGS Logistics has over 100 full time contractors across mainland Australia performing dedicated runs for their clients and have the network to cover contract distribution Australia-wide. David Gay, Director of SGS Logistics said “SGS is excited to be working with Orcoda on these new additional projects and believe we can generate multiple long-term contracts with recurring revenue streams for both companies”.

Orcoda’s SaaS gives SGS tools to boost efficiency, compliance, visibility, customer service and profits. Geoff Jamieson, Orcoda Managing Director said; “We see this expanding relationship with SGS as a strategic one where we can support SGS in their growth, whilst growing our market share for our SaaS platform within the transport sector.”

Contact Orcoda to find out more about our unique contracting, management, technology and commercial transport service solutions Contact Grant Boydell (GM – Transport Logistics Division) +61 408 977 997  P 1300 672 632 E gboydell@orcoda.com or see https://orcoda.com/transport/

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