Practical ways logistics businesses are using TALE to save time and £

  • Replacing a manual paper-based system with a digital one
  • Creating bespoke software designed for operations
  • Installing a live jobs system updating during the day and accessible remotely
  • Generating reports showing customer profitability and analysing costs
  • Dispatching orders electronically to workers to remove the need to call-in at base
  • Using journey optimisation and vehicle tracking software
  • Protecting confidential client data and purchasing cyber security software upgrading firewalls and preventing hacking
  • Creating a digital tracking system across a whole supply chain

Companies have been identifying opportunities to improve their business via a range of methods:

  1. Apply for Grants for priority needs within the SMEs logistics function
  2. Identifying opportunities via the TALE Free Diagnostic Report
  3. Attending TALE Workshops to hear practical advice from industry experts
  4. Utilising the skills and expertise of a range of suppliers and consultants - including many in the Directory of this website


TALE funding is not affected by Brexit.  £1.9M to be invested in SMEs.