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The Statesman

Hindustan Zinc Partners With FarEye To Build The Industry's First Digital Control Tower

India’s largest and the world's second-largest zinc-lead miner, Hindustan Zinc Limited (HZL) partners with FarEye, to reduce dependency on manual processes, enhance logistics efficiency and mitigate risks helping them build the industry's first digital control tower. FarEye DCT is enabling HZL to have control over more than 30,000 trips every month, generate accurate ETAs and identify bottlenecks.

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Business Standard

Hindustan Zinc Partners With FarEye To Build The Industry's First Digital Control Tower

India’s largest and the world's second-largest zinc-lead miner, Hindustan Zinc Limited (HZL) partners with FarEye, to reduce dependency on manual processes, enhance logistics efficiency and mitigate risks helping them build the industry's first digital control tower. FarEye DCT is enabling HZL to have control over more than 30,000 trips every month, generate accurate ETAs and identify bottlenecks.

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Manufacturing Today India

Hindustan Zinc Partners With FarEye To Build The Industry's First Digital Control Tower

India’s largest and the world's second-largest zinc-lead miner, Hindustan Zinc Limited (HZL) partners with FarEye, to reduce dependency on manual processes, enhance logistics efficiency and mitigate risks helping them build the industry's first digital control tower. FarEye DCT is enabling HZL to have control over more than 30,000 trips every month, generate accurate ETAs and identify bottlenecks.

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ET Tech

Giving Tech To Wheels

Predictive logistics firm FarEye works with enterprises as well as delivery companies to provide routing solutions as well as real-time information to drivers on routes and scheduled deliveries. “The biggest thing tech has brought in is visibility. If you know the bottlenecks, then you know how to fix it,” said Kushal Nahata, CEO, FarEye.

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The Economic Times

Giving Tech To Wheels: How Technology Is Transforming The Logistics Sector

Predictive logistics firm FarEye works with enterprises as well as delivery companies to provide routing solutions as well as realtime information to drivers on routes and scheduled deliveries. “The biggest thing tech has brought in is visibility. If you know the bottlenecks, then you know how to fix it,” said Kushal Nahata, CEO, FarEye.

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Business Today

Fixing Logistics

"For every Rs 100 that is spent, we may save Rs 28 on transportation by bringing in technology that helps in efficiency and optimisation," says Kushal Nahata, CEO, FarEye - a Noida-based logistics-tech start-up. No doubt, many start-ups are richly valued. Among India's 30-odd unicorns, or start-ups with a valuation of over a billion dollars, three are logistics-tech companies - Delhivery, BlackBuck, and Rivigo.

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