Crowdsale opening date: 07/15/2017
Crowdsale closing date: 07/30/2017
The proceeds collected from the ICO (Initial Coin Offering) will be directed on the development and establishment of IMMLA – the first international multimodal logistics service with a decentralised system of transportation, document workflow and payments. First round ICO will take place on 15th July 2017. During this round it is planned to raise $500,000 from interested investors through the sales of 10 million IML tokens that are emitted by the project. It will be followed by a second round ICO in the beginning of autumn 2017 with an aim to attract another $8.5 million. It is expected that in 2018 the service will be launched in the international auto and sea freight forwarding market, in 2019-2020 it is anticipated to be in the CIS market, and in 2021 it is to enter the markets of Western Europe and China. Thus, 5 years after the launch of the IMMLA product it is estimated to occupy 1-2% of the world’s freight forwarding market. IMMLA project mission is a simple, clear and convenient interaction between the owner of cargo and the transporter on all stages of the freight transport on the basis of Etherium blockchain and smart contracts. New technology allows to completely eliminate trust deficit, information barriers and legal costs. It brings the development of logistics technology to a whole new level as well as it means complete security and confidentiality throughout the whole supply chain. Apart from this, the system will be using a Dutch auction model, which will allow to significantly decrease prices for logistics services. The working method of the application will be based on complete openness and transparency on all stages of communication and interaction between a client and a contractor. “Initially a client puts into the service the information about the necessity to deliver a specific cargo from one place to another at a specific time. Further, the platform through the use of statistical and forecast data provides the client with a price point for such service and an approximate delivery plan. If the client is satisfied with the basic conditions of the offer, then he places an order for a proposal formation”, -explains one of the founders of the project, Mikhail Astakhov. The system, in turn, allocates the basic scheme of transportation among the registered participants, whose advertised and/or statistical profile allows them to take part in such transportation process. It also takes into account alternative delivery plans where it is possible to improve the price and/or time parameters. “This will include both the professional freight forwards, who are able to carry out the service from start to end, as well as the monoliners, who can complete specific parts of the process, for example, 1) delivery from the warehouse to point A and delivery to the port A1 or A2; 2) freighting from port A1 to port B1/B2 and from port A2 to port B1/B2; 3) removal from port B1 and delivery to the warehouse C1 and etc. Thus, a breakdown of the transportation process takes place, which allows to offer the best price for each part of the itinerary”, – Mikhail Astakhov continues. Auction will appear on the interface of registered transporters in the form of a constantly updated news feed that takes into consideration current routes/statistics/plans of the transporter. Pre-final offers are formed using the ascending price order, that is, from the lowest to the highest price. Hence, the client can choose the final offer using the following filters: price, reliability of the contractors (here price may be higher); speed of the delivery; balance among the different factors of the offer.
Michail Astakhov – Founder
Kirill Tulenev – Executive Director
Vyacheslav Neunyvakin – Information Director
Vitali Sosnowski – Developer
Vitaly Stepanov – Development Director
Pavel Drobintsev – Technical advisor
Alexander Gromov – Logistic advisor
We are developing a multimodal deliveries service with decentralized control system of transportation, document flow and payments. IMMLA ecosystem employs: — Dutch auction of carriers to offer the best possible prices. — Monitoring of cargo damage during transit and time of delivery, GPS-cargo monitoring and insurance to make delivery safe and transparent. The trust-sensitive parts of IMMLA service are based on smart contracts working on Ethereum blockchain. It is designed to reduce or even eliminate the risk of unfair business practices and/or non-performance of the delivery contract. We are positive that the spread of high-speed Internet on the transport routes, and the use of blockchain technology have reached the optimum level for IMMLA to be successfully launched.
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