Q: What is Lori Systems?

Lori is a logistics coordination platform that seamlessly connects cargo owners to transportation.

What we uniquely provide to the market is real-time information and optimization which is used to make informed decisions (to reduce inefficiencies) and increase the utilization of trucking assets - all with the objective of minimizing costs.

Q: Do I have to pay to use Lori?

No. Lori Systems is a free Organization, and if subjected to any payment of the sort when trying to come on-board with us, kindly report here

Q: What type of trucks are accepted at Lori?

Lori on-boards all types of haulage trucks subject to loading tonnage and compliance with local regulations.

If you have trucks in general contact us and we will advice you as needed on the way forward.

Q: What kind of consignment are you moving?

Containerized cargo, bulk and bagged

Q: How do I get started with Lori as a truck owner?

Send us your company details to and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Q: Do you have an app?

Yes, but we use it internally to bring the two systems together, as we work on a user friendly interface.

Q: When do I get paid?

We endeavor to pay loose and bagged cargo within 14 days and containerized cargo within 35 days.

Q: How do I get in touch if I have a problem?

Each client has an Account Manager assigned to them, and they are always ready to help out. General inquiries are sent to

Q: Which fuel stations does Lori partner with?

We partner with credible oil service providers across the region and would advise on the best locations on a trip-by-trip basis.

Q: Can my trucks be captive on the platform? If yes, does Lori guarantee cargo?

Yes, trucks can be captive on the Lori platform, and Lori provides access to consistent cargo.


Q: Which weight do I use for invoicing?

We use the lesser of loading and offloading for bag & bulk goods

Q: In case of a shortage, what price do you use to calculate the shortage?

We use the fair market price of the commodity

Q: What does difference in weight invoicing deduction mean?

When the  transporter invoices using loading weight which is lower than the offloading  weight, it therefore means that he is charging us transport for goods he never delivered, hence we deduct the transport cost for the difference in loading and offloading weight.

Q: Other than transport what other services do you offer?

We do advance fueling for transporters, insurance and provide port passes for both trucks and drivers. 


Q: Do you have canters on your platform?

Our primary focus is the long haulers between 22-32 tonnes.

Q: Do you own any trucks?

No we do not own any trucks as Lori

Q: Are you brokers?

No. We are a tech based platform that on-boards both cargo owners and transporters and matches them on a need basis