Pall-Ex Group has announced its partnership with addressing system what3words, with technology going live this month.
The two companies intend on improving the reliability of deliveries, with more precise location services, after a surge in online retail orders drove a necessity for goods to be delivered more quickly.
Pall-Ex Group’s core operational system, Nexus, which provides freight management technology to members of both the Pall-Ex and Fortec networks, will integrate what3words.
Every 3-metre square across the globe has been given a unique combination of three words and users can find an exact location using the service.
Dave Dunhill, Chief Operating Technical Officer at Pall-Ex Group said: “By integrating what3words into Nexus, we are leading the way in the pallet distribution sector. This is the first time this technology has been used in this capacity and I am proud that Pall-Ex Group is at the forefront of this.”
Robert Novakov, Corporate Partnerships added: “what3words is changing the way we locate and navigate to places and by introducing this technology to the pallet delivery sector, Pall-Ex Group is at the forefront of this advancement.”