Logistics startup, Trucknetic has integrated its platform with the Unified Logistics Interface Platform (ULIP), as part of the National Logistics Policy initiated by the Government of India.
ULIP aims to break down silos, foster integration among various Ministries and Departments, and establish a centralised platform for efficient and transparent trade operations.
The company stated in a press release that by integrating with ULIP, they have strengthened their commitment to delivering innovative solutions and contributing to the PM Gati- National Master Plan.
ULIP serves as a digital gateway, facilitating data exchange between government and private entities involved in India's logistics ecosystem. The platform operates on a request-response basis, using APIs for seamless data transmission, which enables faster onboarding of new systems. ULIP adheres to open standards, licenses, databases, and APIs, promoting interoperability among diverse stakeholders.
Commenting on the integration, Arham Partap Jain, Founder & CEO of Trucknetic, said, "Trucknetic was founded with the vision of reducing logistics costs in India by half and achieving net-zero emissions. We are delighted to witness government initiatives like ULIP that share our vision. I firmly believe that we are progressing toward the establishment of a transparent and reliable Indian Logistics Ecosystem."
ULIP currently integrates with 33 systems from seven different Ministries through 106 APIs, encompassing more than 1,600 data fields. Notably, Trucknetic utilises four APIs—Vahan, Sarthi, Fastag, and DigiLocker—for various use cases, including vehicle and driver authentication, KYC procedures, tracking, and lane monitoring.