International MultiModal Logistic Application (IMMLA) — Riding the increasing global trade in the future

The Logistics System

According to United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP). Logistics encompasses the planning, implementation and control of forward and reverse flow of goods, services and information from the point of origin to the point of consumption. Logistics also involves the storage of goods and information.

It is simplified as:


IMMLA is the first multimodal logistics service with a decentralised system of transportation, document workflow and payments. It’s mission is to make it simple, easier clear and more convenient interaction between the owner of the cargo and the transporter in all stages of freight transport. IMMLA will use the blockchain technology and smart-contracts, in the process of transportation and would eliminate the risks of trust and faster flow of information at a lower transaction cost/fee.

Experienced Management Team and Forwarding international leader Advisor/Partner

Mikhail Astakhov

Mikhail Astakhov — Founder

For more than ten years Mikhail is engaged in the international logistics. He was executive vice-president for strategy and staff in the international transport holding Global Transport Investments, where his team developed and implemented staff management system, having increased productivity by 65%, and also carried out the restructuring of the Russian branch of The company. Then Mikhail became a partner and was responsible for the development of the Aistlog group.

Since 2016 Mikhail is concentrated on the creation and start up of the IMMLA. He carries out the selection of the main participants of the consortium, also he is responsible for the interaction of the command managers, the strategy of the project development in the five-year horizon and implementation of professional expertise.

Viacheslav Neunyvakin

Viacheslav Neunyvakin — IT-director, co-founder

The author and the developer of system of automation of transport and logistic and customs activity Logismart ™, established more than on 2000 workplaces of 60 industry enterprises.

Since 2007 Vyacheslav directs the Software of Business Solution company developing and servicing the high-loaded databases (including customs) with the WEB INTERFACE, and also more 20th terabyte is an application developer for fast search in unstructured archives volume. «Software of Business solution» is industry leader of sales of 2015 and 2016.

In the project Vyacheslav heads the block of development and coordinates activity of the group of programming consisting of specialists of all IT companies participating in IMMLA.

Formag Forwarding

Formag Forwarding — International
Logistic Advisor/Partner

Formag is Russian branch of the international group Global Transport Investments (GTI), forwarding leader within the territory of the Eastern Europe and Black Sea basin countries. GTI has been successfully operating with transport services market since 1992.

The company provides liner agency services; port agency and chartering brokerage services to container, Ro-Ro, bulkers, general cargo, cruise and navy vessels; and freight forwarding and multimodal shipments, including ocean freight and airfreight, as well as landside services.

Company’s role is to provide pioneer users from its client base in Russia for testing the application.

To know more about the other members of the team, you can visit

IMMLA Roadmap

This is a summary of IMMLA roadmap after its successuful Pre — ICO on July 15 to July 30, 2017, selling a total of 14284400 tokens at 5,200 for 1ETH. Complete pre-ico details can be found here:

For more detailed roadmap, download IMMLA whitepaper here:

ICO details

ICO start date: September 15, 2017

ICO end date: October 15, 2017

IMMLA token to be sold: 170,052,000

Rate: 1ETH = 3,640 IML

Token distribution

Proceeds of funds will be allocated as 57% development, 30% marketing, 11% team, advisors tech experts and 2% legal fees.

Note: IMMLA investor reward

“IMMLA redeems & burns tokens at the expense of 36% of transportation revenue”

Investment considerations:

  1. Rising Global Trade

After the global financial crisis in 2008 to 2009, global economy is expected to grow at a moderate pace from USD75.28T in 2016 to USD99.96T in 2022, according to World Bank forecast. Due to rising confidence, favorable gobal financing conditions, stabilizing commodity prices and increasing manufacturing and global trade.

Global trade will steadily increase from 26.3% in 2009 (after the financial crisis) to 30.6% of global GDP or about USD30.59T.

Global trade 2000 to 2017 from WB

2. Integrated Multimodal Logistics by ASEAN countries

This includes programs and projects intended to connect the Philippines to Association of South East Asian Nation (ASEAN) countries and other economic regions. This includes reevaluation of projects with the view toward upgrading and expanding the infrastructure to implement the ASEAN Framework Agreement on Multimodal Transport; establish an ASEAN Broadband Corridor; expand port infrastructure to accommodate the ASEAN Single Shipping Market; upgrade the road quality of missing links in the ASEAN Highway Network (AHN) and conduct studies on potential multimodal transport corridor to empower parts of ASEAN to function as land bridges in global supply routes.

3. Higher Philippine government infrastructure spending will improve the transportation or logistics of goods, services and information and economy in general

The Philippine economy also faced global trade challenges due to lower commodity prices, and weaker manufacturing exports demand.

Philippine exports in June 2017, dropped by 1.2% to $11.97B. Imports also decreased by 2.5% to $7.06B in June 2017. As show in the figure below.

Philippine annual growth rates of exports and imports June 2016 to June 2017

However, the government under its “Build, Build, Build” scheme has committed to spend a record P3.6 trillion for infrastructure between 2018 and 2020. Of the amount, P1.13 trillion would be spent next year, P1.18 trillion in 2019, and P1.29 trillion in 2020. This long-term projects will boost the Philippine economy with better transportation or logistics of goods, services and information.


Despite the global challenges faced, the global economy will continue to improve steadily backed by improvements in the the transportation/logistics system of goods, services and information. Locally, in the Philippines, the government will marked the highest infrastructure spending to about Php8.4T until Duterte steps down from office.

Cryptocurrency is the “next big thing”. International MultiModal Logistic Application (IMMLA) is the first multimodal logistics service with a decentralised system of transportation, document workflow and payments.

I think IMMLA, will be the next big cryptocurrency in the multimodal logistics service riding the future global trade that will boost the global economy in the long-run.

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Sources: International MultiModal Logistic Application (IMMLA), Philippine International Seafreight Forwarders Association, Inc (PISFA), World Bank (WB), Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)

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