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Jack Cooper, North America's leading vehicle logistics firm, successfully tackled electronics shortages and yard space constraints through a strategic partnership with ViLOG, enhancing storage and transport efficiency.


Jack Cooper swiftly expanded its capacity to handle an influx of unfinished vehicles, scaling operations from a modest 50 to an impressive 10,000 vehicles.

Incremental deployment

ViLOG's system was initially implemented at a yard adjacent to a manufacturer's plant. This targeted approach facilitated a focused and efficient solution to the space constraint issue at a critical location.


The chip shortage across the automotive industry resulted in manufacturers partially assembling vehicles without chips, storing them temporarily, and then re-introducing them for chip installation once available. Jack Cooper adapted to this by efficiently managing the increased parking demand, storing vehicles for indeterminate periods, and ensuring their timely return to the plant.


The partnership's crowning achievement was establishing a real-time digital twin of the yard, which significantly reduced the time to locate the vehicle and optimized the movement process. To manage the surge in parking demand, Jack Cooper strategically leased large, unused spaces such as abandoned airport facilities and stadiums. ViLOG allowed a swift onboarding of new parking locations, reducing the costs of launching the new location 

The largest over-the-road finished vehicle logistics company in North America. Operates 2,000 rigs and 35 terminals across the US and Canada and transports over 4 million finished vehicles annually.

Matt Landstra

Vice President of Technology

Vilog is a datapoint, or multiple datapoints, that feed the larger picture. Now, when our drivers come into the yard, they are tracked at this level; they get in and out quickly. Or, when brokers come into unfamiliar yards, they no longer have to know where B1 is located, and they walk right to it

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