British firm Microlise awarded technology distribution contract from Emirates Logistics

By James Henderson
British transport technology and telematics company Microlise has agreed a significant deal with Emirates Logistics, making the company a formal distrib...

British transport technology and telematics company Microlise has agreed a significant deal with Emirates Logistics, making the company a formal distributor of its technology and services in the Middle East.

The agreement is part of a global expansion for Microlise which has more than 250,000 vehicle connections worldwide.

The company delivers services such as vehicle tracking, fleet performance analysis, journey management and proof of delivery to customers across all six permanently inhabited continents.

Headquartered in Dubai and spread across UAE with five branches, Emirates Logistics, which is part of the Sharaf Group, services a large customer base across various market segments.

It delivers warehousing and logistics services for many big brands in the UAE including IKEA, Adidas, Sketchers and Dakin – companies already installing Microlise fleet telematics technology in their supply chain.

Whilst Emirates Logistics operates its own vehicle fleets to provide logistics services in the region, this new distribution partnership will see the company also selling Microlise products, managing and carrying out vehicle installation in the region.

In addition Emirates Logistics will provide first line support for Microlise customers in the Middle East.

“Since its inception, Emirates Logistics has strategically invested in technology and expertise, enabling us to quickly grow in the region,” said Gomes Gorakanage, Transport Manager, Fleet Logistics at Emirates Logistics.

“We see the technology Microlise is developing as vital for 21st century logistics operators and see enormous potential. We look forward to making it more readily available in the region and developing a prosperous partnership with Microlise as official distributors.”

 

 

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