Bogumil Paszkiewicz, CEO
Founded in 2017,Goodloading.com is driven by the mission to improve the work of people involved in loading planning. Over the years, the company has embraced a learning culture strategy that has enabled them to operate as a startup and create new functions every month to fulfil clients’ evolving needs.
Goodloading’s customers are not only those who deal strictly with logistics but also production companies, online stores, and even museums, and players across the film industry. “Some of our users need information on how to optimally use the cargo space. This applies to both the truck and container, and pallet,” states Bogumil Paszkiewicz, CEO, Goodloading.
To this end, Goodloading has been collecting information to create an intuitive and accessible 3D simulator for the past few years with the goal to make its tool easy to use from the very beginning, despite its many functions. Thanks to Goodloading, the planner can work faster and more efficiently than with traditional methods. The program’s operation is intuitive—it is enough to enter the data concerning the load, and the application will suggest the best vehicle. “Our main assumption is to create bold solutions using science and changing technology while ensuring a close cooperation with customers, regardless of the size of the company. We are inspired both by artificial intelligence, modern programs using the 3D environment like computer games,” says Mr. Paszkiewicz.
What steers Goodloading ahead of the other players is the visualization created by 3D specialists and UI/UX experts who operationalize everything such that the program does not seem complicated and can fulfill the market needs. “We put great emphasis on the method of sharing the loading project as many customers need to share information about the method and order of stacking loads,” mentions Mr.
Our main assumption is to create bold solutions using science and changing technology while ensuring a close cooperation with customers, regardless of the size of the company
Paszkiewicz. For example, by sending a link to the project, the arrangement of loads can be checked even on the phone by rotating the view, activating the animation with the order of arrangement or reading the notes. Goodloading’s clients often check whether the next loads will fit on the vehicle or whether they are too heavy for the axle. Further, the recently created integration method allows Goodloading to use its calculations, both among the world’s largest logistics companies and shipping companies that need such a module in their software. Thus, the forwarder or carrier can receive automatic information about the occupied and available cargo space.
Goodloading’s program has been used globally, with many satisfied customers using it on a regular basis. One example is of a client from Croatia that needed a simulation for many containers at the same time. Goodloading created a feature that made it possible and added some of their ideas to it to make the process efficient and seamless. “We could give many such examples, because at least 50 percent of new features added each month are user reports. For example, in a moment we will add the option of multiple loading and unloading places as one project,” states Mr. Paszkiewicz.
Having carved a unique niche, Goodloading currently employs two teams of scientists who are working on different solutions using artificial intelligence and machine learning. “We want Goodloading to be able to optimally and independently save as much space as possible. Thanks to this, systems such as TMS, ERP or WMS will be able to gain support so far unavailable among such simulators. At the same time, the functions that will be available in the browser version will allow for unprecedented freedom of use,” concludes Mr. Paszkiewicz.