DiLX, a prominent digital transformation provider in the logistics sector, collaborates with UC Group and Visma to introduce the SaaS platform Loginex Carbon Intelligence to the European market. This innovative platform is a carbon footprint calculator for the logistics industry, which empowers users to conduct precise CO2 measurements using real-time transport and fuel data, facilitating thorough analysis and allocation.

Thanks to this strategic collaboration, Loginex is now available in all European countries, and thanks to DiLX’s advanced integrations, it is also available for the most used TMS and ERP systems. The collaboration between the three companies meets the increasing demand for accurate CO2 data, which is necessary to comply with the strict reporting requirements of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD).

“This innovation sets a new standard for the industry,” says Martijn Koch, DiLX’s CCO. We enable logistics companies, retailers, and especially the manufacturing industry to meet their reporting obligations and make significant improvements at the level of orders and customers.”

The combination provides a solution to data availability and quality challenges, which is essential for reliable and compliant CO2 reporting. The Loginex Carbon Intelligence Platform is central with advanced integrations with major ERP systems and TMS vendors by DiLX. UC Group enables strategic consultancy and implementation support in the collaboration.

“Thanks to the powerful combination of DiLX’s technological expertise, Visma’s software, and UC Group’s deep knowledge of supply chain processes, companies can now take the next step in sustainability,” says Pascal van Beek, founder of UC Group.

Sander Odijk, Managing Director Visma Connect: “Loginex Carbon Intelligence is an innovative solution to an issue that virtually all parties in logistics face: registering, calculating, and analysing CO2 emissions. Thanks to the collaboration with DiLX, we are now bringing this solution to Europe and integrating with the major, most used ERP systems.”