2252: How Turkey’s Leading E-Logistics Company is Transforming the Industry with Robotics Technology
In this episode, I sit down with Halit Develioglu, the CEO of OPLOG, Turkey's leading e-logistics company. OPLOG recently raised €11mn in a pre-series A funding round, which will fuel the company's expansion, most notably into the UK.
OPLOG was founded in 2012 and has grown exponentially over the years. The company has topped the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Turkey, having experienced 4564% growth and graduated from the Microsoft for Startups GrowthX Accelerator. OPLOG has also experienced 91% YoY growth in units fulfilled, in contrast to the wider e-commerce slowdown post-pandemic.
Ultimately, it enables brands to streamline and optimize their post-purchase fulfillment operations. The company's user-friendly management platform provides brands with an end-to-end fulfillment service that eliminates the operational costs and challenges needed to develop their shipping infrastructure.
The company's proprietary robotics technology is helping to solve global supply chain issues by streamlining fulfillment operations. OPLOG's CEO, Halit Develioglu, shares with me their mission to solve the supply chain crisis using technology. I learn more about the company's plan to open a new fulfillment warehouse in the UK in 2023, employing over 100 people within its first 18 months of operation.
Halit shares with me how the company's proprietary robotics technology is helping to streamline fulfillment operations globally. Join us as we delve into the importance of innovation in the face of the ongoing supply chain crisis and the challenges businesses face with shipping and fulfillment delays.
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