Smart matching

Our automated bidding platform is equipped with the right tools for maintaining control and visibility while matching the right providers to the jobs, based on individual business needs and strategy.

Optimised communication

Quincus Trade is organically leaner, with an automised and error-free process supported with technology that enhances data flow security, while maintaining transparency and access among relevant supply chain stakeholders.

  • The Logistic Engine"

    Trade platform

    As an automated and centralised bidding platform, Quincus Trade is a place where shipping and airfreight logistics businesses can match jobs based on real-time capacity and contract strategy. Considered constraints include attributed fleets and air or berthing window periods.  

  • Control Tower

    Control Tower

    The Control Tower allows real-time traceability and seamless communication among drivers, dispatchers, and administrators to establish clear steps for drivers at every part of the journey.

How Quincus Trade works

Quincus Trade ensures automated end-to-end tracking by providing administrators with real-time data.

  • Order Management


    Orders are fulfilled automatically through API or the platform’s order form.

  • Optimization


    The platform matches multiple providers to the job, taking into account customer parameters, real-time capacity, and strategy.

  • E Gateway


    Jobs are accepted or declined based on automated scheduling parameters.

  • Mobile Application

    Confirming a match

    The provider receives automated real-time notifications together with an optimised route plan and allocation.

Better with Quincus Trade


Quincus Trade means automated, error-free processes that come with end-to-end tracking. This allows relevant data and smart contracts to be interchanged—in real time.

Increases in:

  • End-to-end tracking and tracing
  • Same-day deliveries
  • Single document trails
  • Efficient Pricing strategies
  • Automated communication

Decreases in:

  • Vehicles per network
  • Vehicle delays
  • Cost per delivery
  • Bureaucracy and paperwork