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Oki Doki unveils all-new cloud-enabled transportation management system


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Oki Doki, the one-stop digital transportation solutions provider owned by Expolanka Holdings PLC, announced Oki Doki TMS, a new cloud-based transportation management system (TMS) that brings together industry-leading technology to help companies around the world to move freight from origin to destination efficiently, reliably, and cost-effectively.

The platform features a cutting-edge web-based portal to manage, audit and track a variety of cargo ranging from apparel, beverages and FMCG to high-value machinery and bonded cargo. The portal can be customised according to company specifications to facilitate transport requests, shipment tracking and driver assignment while ensuring complete transparency on operations, through detailed automated electronic invoicing and reporting. GPS-enabled vehicle tracking, geo-fencing, 24/7 support and monitoring centres, live status alerts (via SMS or email) and compliance management are key components of the portal. A mobile app for IOS and Android is an added convenience for businesses as it also supports self-monitoring over the vehicle path, speed, etc. 

“An efficient transportation management system must reduce/redefine freight and production costs, and maximise value for higher utilisation,” said Expolanka Freight Ltd. (EFL) Director/CEO Jagath Pathirane. “When our own fleet of 40 vehicles grew in size, we realised that our legacy system needed to be automated. In a bid to manage our operations more efficiently and drive down operational costs, we had our team of developers create the Oki Doki TMS platform. The platform’s scalable cloud-based system, ease of use, and customisable features eventually led us to share this platform with our partners and customers. Cloud-enabled platforms have become a dominant delivery mechanism for vendors like us in logistics and supply chain management.”

Backed by a strong team of experienced professionals, Oki Doki TMS is expected to become an industry standard as it continues to grow at an incredible rate which support mostly to the Asian Transport context. Over the past few months, Oki Doki TMS has doubled its volumes on the system over different companies. “We expect this rapid growth to continue as companies around the world discover how easy it is to begin managing their freight and streamlining their logistics operations with us,” added Jagath Pathirane. 

Oki Doki manages over 1,800 vehicles today and specialises in digitally-driven transportation management platforms and tailored outsourced delivery services. The Company’s holistic transportation management and logistics solutions are ISO 9001, 14001, 18001, and 140065 compliant. With over 20 years of local trade expertise, Oki Doki is committed to utilising the latest technological advancements to deliver cargo with the highest degree of security and transparency.


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