AMCS Routing History

AMCS Routing has more than 40 years of experience designing, developing and implementing planning solutions for transportation optimization and scheduling.

AMCS Routing, formerly known as Transvision, has its origins in Denmark and is the largest and the leading provider of systems for route planning and transportation optimization in Scandinavia.

The company was founded in 1975 as Peter Matthiesen A/S. In 1997, the company was acquired by PriceWaterhouseCoopers Consulting, as a specialist unit and center of excellence for transportation optimization. In January 2002, Transvision was established via a management buy-out of managing director Ole Kessel.

Over the years, the company has expanded its markets through own office in the Netherlands and partners all over the world and has active customers in most regions of the world.

In 2014, AMCS Group, the leading supplier of integrated software and vehicle technology for the waste, recycling and material resources industries, acquired Transvision. AMCS is headquartered in Limerick, Ireland and has offices and teams located across Europe, USA and Australasia. The company is privately held and is backed by Highland Capital Partners, Investec and Enterprise Ireland.

AMCS offers an end–to-end suite of software and vehicle technology to manage the critical operational and business management processes within the resource management and logistics industry. Transvision was acquired to make the portfolio of solutions complete by adding advanced solutions for route planning and transportation optimization.

By the time of the acquisition,Transvision was renamed to AMCS Denmark as the registered name and is internally named AMCS Routing or the Routing division. The headquarters of AMCS Denmark are still located in Copenhagen, where all development takes place and where most of the consultants, sales/marketing and staff functions are based. We offer our services directly to end customers or to end customers through partners or AMCS companies in other regions.