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Partners
Avoin Ekosysteemi

Customer-centric delivery

New profitability in open ecosystem

The OPEN MODE project is coordinated by VTT and its consortium partners include eNexus, Hakonen and OGOship as well as the University of Helsinki as a research partner. The partner companies are working on the development and provision of open data-based smart last mile solutions, integrating various services in the deliveries of goods to consumers.

eNexus
eNexus Oy provides temperature-controlled transportation and specializes in e-commerce logistics. The vision of eNexus is a customer-driven international Last Mile transportation network that combines goods flows and services to the recipient in one go. eNexus’s aim is to generate a diverse portfolio of service products that can provide a competitive, efficient, high-quality, environmentally friendly distribution channel for home doors, plus return logistics. Fetch is eNexus’s LastMile e-commerce service that offers a new level of delivery in urban areas.

OGOship
OGOship Oy is a new 3PL company (third party logistics) that combines all services required by small and medium-sized e-commerce companies into a single entity with clear and transparent pricing. OGOship’s aim is to develop its own online service into a logistics platform that effectively combines a variety of operators to deliver the 3PL services that customers need. In the future, a small player can quickly and easily enter the global value chain with the platform provided by OGOship.

Hakonen
Hakonen Solutions Oy is a company specializing in service logistics, it delivers goods to homes and businesses and provides services for in-house flow of goods .Hakonen's vision is to develop and commercialize product lifecycle management services concerning a variety of goods that are difficult to transport to and install at end-customers’ homes or businesses. The goal is to create a scalable service offering for Finland and then to use its best-performing concepts for the international market, first to other Nordic countries and Estonia.