Location Based Shorts Ep 16 A FREE Route Optimisation trial for New Zealand deliveries, sales and service companies

Have you noticed that traffic in New Zealand cities seems to be worse at Level 1 of the COVID19 lockdown than it was even before the pandemic hit?

Are you in the distribution, freight or service industries? Or perhaps you are a retailer trying to get your product out to your customers as part of your new way of doing business.

Extra traffic may reduce the number of deliveries or visits you can make in a day. That means increased costs and decreased customer satisfaction. I think I can help.

I’m offering a free, no obligation opportunity to trial route optimisation in New Zealand. Give me a list of deliveries you want to do in a day and I will process that into an optimised list that could save you time and money.

It could be a list of jobs you want to do tomorrow, or it could be the jobs you did yesterday, in which case I can show you whether I could have saved you time and money and help you with your next schedule.

Why not give it a try? Drop me an email to the address at the end of this short 1 minute video.

About Luigi Cappel

Writer for hire, marketing consultant specialising in Location Based Services. Futurist and Public Speaker Auckland, New Zealand
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