Cavalry and Rouvia Join Forces

**Title:** Transforming Logistics for Efficiency and Sustainability with Rouvia – Interview with Benjamin Noyan

**Description:** In this interview, Björn Loose sits down with Benjamin Noyan to discuss the current challenges in logistics and how Rouvia is tackling them to make transportation more efficient and sustainable. Join us as we delve into the capacity constraints, dependency on fossil fuels, and the need for optimized transport solutions. Find out more about Rouvia and their groundbreaking platform [here](

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**Video Transcript:**

More and more companies are realizing the challenges in the logistics industry, especially in the wake of the Ukrainian crisis and the oil and gas crisis. The dependency on fossil fuels is not only costly but also unsustainable. These rising costs cannot be directly passed on to the customers, leading companies to explore more sustainable alternatives.

Rouvia is proud to announce the successful closing of their recent financing round. With partners like Cavalry and Dynamos leading the way, along with industry icons such as the former CEO of Tibushenka and Flexport, we are excited to have investors who truly believe in Rouvia’s mission.

Let’s dive into the details of Rouvia and their underlying intentions. As the war in Ukraine began, and the logistics industry faced the implications of the pandemic, the challenges became even more apparent. The first challenge lies in the capacity constraints on the freight transportation side. With a lack of truck drivers, many trucks remain idle and unable to meet the growing demand.

Additionally, the industry is becoming more aware of the sustainability issues associated with fossil fuels. The cost spikes resulting from this dependency cannot be passed on directly to customers. As a result, companies are actively seeking sustainable alternatives. While electric trucks are not currently feasible for long distances, options like rail freight and barges provide more sustainable solutions.

Rouvia steps in as the first transport planning and management platform that integrates trucks, railways, and ships. By combining the benefits of each mode of transport, Rouvia offers optimized decisions based on cost, CO2 emissions, and time. Through their platform, customers, whether freight forwarders or shippers, can directly procure these services. With real-time tracking and visibility, Rouvia enhances customer service and streamlines communication in the multimodal transport market.

Rouvia’s intention to partner with industry leaders like Flexport is a strategic move towards further integration. With a focus on sustainable transports across Europe, collaboration with Flexport will streamline planning and management of rail freight transportation. By integrating carrier networks into their platform, Rouvia aims to provide comprehensive services for their customers.

Integrating with carriers and freight forwarders is crucial to Rouvia’s vision of increasing customer service and automating processes. By working closely with their partners, Rouvia is changing the landscape of the logistics industry. With a strong partner network and efficient integration with transportation management systems, Rouvia aims to revolutionize an industry that is still reliant on manual processes.

As Benjamin Noyan concludes, Rouvia is excited to have you on board for this journey. Stay tuned for what Rouvia and their partners will accomplish in the coming quarters!

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Björn Loose sat down with Benjamin Noyan to discuss the current challenges in logistics and how to overcome them to make transportation more efficient and sustainable.

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