Escher and Kardinal partner on last-mile delivery optimization

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Delivery software solutions provider Escher has partnered with last-mile delivery optimization solutions provider Kardinal to help postal operators optimize their operating costs and emissions through intelligent dispatch and dynamic route optimization to postal services.

Postal operators who use Escher’s solution can now use Kardinal’s algorithm technology. Kardinal’s solutions are designed to address complex logistics challenges. Its optimization APIs offer a range of constraints since they are based on a proprietary mathematical solver. Beyond route optimization, its dispatch intelligence technology supports decision making about strategic problems such as depot location, territory optimization, fleet conversion or transportation procurement.

Jonathan Bouaziz, CEO and co-founder at Kardinal, said, “In line with Kardinal’s international development strategy and our growing position in the postal industry, we are excited about this collaboration. I firmly believe that the combination of Escher’s expertise in delivering world-class, mission-critical solutions with our leading last mile optimization technology is the best solution to meet the challenges of this increasingly demanding market”.

Brody Buhler, CEO of Escher Group, said, “Escher is excited to partner with Kardinal to deploy Escher’s postal-proven last-mile delivery apps combined with Kardinal’s powerful route optimization solution. This solution reduces last-mile delivery costs, improves service levels and powers a redefined consumer experience.”

Read more key last mile updates from the parcel and postal technology industry, here.

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