Marketing

Pamyra’s white label solution enables online price queries from forwarding agencies – eCommerce Magazin

The logistics startup Pamyra wants to position itself with its expanded portfolio as a solution provider for freight forwarders in digital sales. With Pamyra4You, Pamyra now offers a white label solution for Online daily price inquiries on shipping websites. The forwarding marketplace Pamyra.de is also being expanded to include the newly created business customer area PamyraPro. The B2B area for commercial and credit-checked frequent mailers offers freight forwarders more options that Offers to different target groups Tailor B2B shippers and attractive prices and a high degree of automation and service.

“With Pamyra.de, we have created an online booking platform for transport services over the past few years that brings forwarding companies and shippers together very effectively. We learned a lot in the process and, above all, are becoming increasingly popular. From the experience of the last few years we have a whole Toolbox for digital sales developed, as every classic medium-sized forwarding company will need in the future from our point of view. In the future, the marketplace will virtually take on the role of the digital sales representative and is an important part of many, ”explains Dr. Lasse Landt, CFO at Pamyra.

White label solution: win-win situation for virtual partners

With Pamyra4You Pamyra sells a white label solution for online daily price queries on shipping websites. Shipping companies are thus capable of online transactions and can independently offer their customers their own tariff calculator that calls up and displays daily prices in seconds. These can then be booked directly online. Individual prices may also be stored for existing customers. In the future, freight forwarders will also have the option of integrating various subcontractors directly into their offer using the Pamyra Connect function. Services and tariffs are displayed on the company’s own website and under its own flag, including a freely configurable margin for the mediation by the primary forwarder.

The principle also works the other way round: Forwarding agents with Pamyra Connect can also activate their services as subcontractors for other forwarding agents. “Digitization is much more than the mapping of individual processes in the network. Whether new customer acquisition, daily price inquiries from existing customers or the simple integration of new subcontractors to expand your own range of services, Pamyra4You can do everything. And everything from a single source, ”explains Felix Wiegand, founder and CEO of Pamyra.

White label solution Pamyra
Pamyra.de has been expanded to include the business customer area PamyraPro. (Image: Pamyra)

New B2B area offers special conditions for frequent senders

With an access to PamyraPro Multiple and frequent senders receive better prices and shorter delivery times on the forwarding marketplace Pamyra.de. There is a simple principle behind this: companies that ship a lot over a certain period of time receive significantly lower rates from the forwarding agents and faster transit times. Each booking can also be processed completely online and can therefore be implemented very easily in existing processes. “In addition to better conditions for frequent senders, our goal for freight forwarders is to increase the business volume through regular orders and to achieve better planning,” explains Felix Wiegand about the new PamyraPro service.

Pamyra
The Pamyra team: Lasse Landt (CFO), Felix Wiegand (founder) and Steven Qual (co-founder). Image: Pamyra

Pamyra is an IT solution provider for medium-sized freight forwarders and operates, among other things, Pamyra.de an independent comparison and booking platform for transports. The online portal enables shippers to get an overview of the offers on the German transport market and to book suitable offers. Logistics companies can post their offers on the platform free of charge and at the same time use it as a sales channel.

Also read: Supply chain: Higher customer demands require modern technologies