Teclogi’s platform connects businesses with freight transport services, using tech to automate processes and provide real-time data.
“We can reduce transportation costs by up to 40% for our clients since we eliminate intermediaries. In addition, our technology to optimize routes makes the work of independent drivers more efficient, allowing them to increase their income by 15% to 20%,” says Humberto Coronado, CEO of the company.
With this money, Teclogi plans to expand to Nariño and Cúcuta in Colombia for cross-border transportation with Peru & Ecuador. The logistics startup is already in multiple cities, including Santa Marta, Barranquilla, Cartagena, Buenaventura, Bogotá, Cali, and Medellín.
Source: La Republica