27 April 2021
British LineTen chooses Porto to set up its Iberian centre

LineTen, a British founded software and e-commerce company chose UPTEC- Science and Technology Park at the University of Porto to set up a centre in Portugal. This investment in the city of Porto by the Fundo de Coinvestimento 200M is held in the framework of LineTen’ strategy to consolidate its business in the Iberian Peninsula.

Established in London in 2009 and now set up at UPTEC, the British company that specialises in last mile deliveries, is bridging gaps between companies and customers, by ensuring reduced integration and maintenance costs and swifter management of deliveries.

LineTen already settled in 25 countries in the five continents, with the outlining goal of offering customers optimised delivery options.

In Porto, the company has a team of five members and is expecting to "hire more collaborators to accompany the business growth in Portugal”, stated Bruno Gil, LineTen Country Manager in Portugal to UP News portal. The company is hiring in Porto.

"See restaurants, for example, orders can be sent automatically to the kitchen, by eliminating any manual errors that might occur. It also facilitates price update, the addition of new products, the promotion of a particular product and to conceal temporarily unavailable items in intervention stocks”, added Bruno Dias.

The company currently operates in countries such as Ireland, Austria, Australia, Italy, France, Germany and even Saudi Arabia or Kuwait, just to mention a few.

Porto. City Council
Copyright ©2021 Porto. City Council