Bosch and AWS (aka: Amazon Web Services) will soon cooperate with the aim of providing logistics companies and freight forwarders with quick and easy access to digital services through
a platform powered by AWS itself. The two global companies will offer support for topics ranging from capacity utilization of commercial vehicle fleets to monitoring goods flows to order processing – all from a single source.

More into details, Bosch will be responsible for developing and operating the logistics platform, the core of which is a marketplace for digital services, while AWS (which has already established collaborations with IVECO and ABB) will contribute its comprehensive cloud offering and expertise. The platform will facilitate smooth interaction between a variety of services and data, enabling transportation and logistics companies to benefit much more from the opportunities of digitalization without having to set up their own resource- and cost-intensive IT projects. The companies plan to present a preliminary version of the logistics platform at Hannover Messe, with the launch for Europe, India, and the U.S. set for late 2022.

Statements from Bosch and AWS

«Developing hyperconnected transportation functions is one of the most complex technical challenges of our time. That’s why we are working with a market pioneer such as Bosch to master these unique challenges», said Kathrin Renz, Vice President, Business Development and Industries, AWS. «The digital marketplace will enable logistics customers to quickly transform their business into a fully digital end-to- end value chain. Customers will benefit from the tools, frameworks, and modules we offer for digitalization, in addition to improving the sustainability of their transportation processes».

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«The transportation and logistics industry is the backbone of the global economy. In the years ahead, it will have to shoulder continuously increasing transport volumes for goods and commodities while simultaneously reducing its carbon footprint. In collaboration with AWS, we want to help the logistics industry with this. We aim to ring in the future of the industry and drive forward its digitalization», added Sandeep Nelamangala, Executive Director, Bosch Limited, and Executive Sponsor of logistics platform business at Bosch.

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