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steve m

posted on 5/7/17 at 08:44 PM Reply With Quote
postcode finder website required

Hi Guys

Does any one know of a web based, (preferably free), site, that can have post codes added maybe in a separate area and then compiled into a map, ?
This would then pinpoint on a map as to were about's they are all are but not joined up, as they would be in tyre

I currently work in a brand new car delivery place, and the way they do the logistics, as in drivers versus deliveries is archaic
and very wastefull in resources vesus time, and costs, and no doubt can be done an awful lot better

steve





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AdrianH

posted on 5/7/17 at 09:16 PM Reply With Quote
Why not try to use google maps, start with despatch point and then just enter initially all the other postcodes as places to pass through. Then swap ones around to suit a best route.

Adrian

[Edited on 5-7-17 by AdrianH]





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gremlin1234

posted on 5/7/17 at 09:21 PM Reply With Quote
try
https://batchgeo.com/

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steve m

posted on 5/7/17 at 10:07 PM Reply With Quote
Thanks guys, but batch geo, is a good one !!

we have used the google maps, but its cumbersome, , but thans anyway

steve





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tegwin

posted on 5/7/17 at 10:21 PM Reply With Quote
If you use something like this to convert postcodes into Lat and Long : https://www.freemaptools.com/convert-uk-postcode-to-lat-lng.htm

And then paste the list of lat longs into something like this: http://www.hamstermap.com/quickmap.php

If you wanted a "bespoke" system it would be possible to create a little applet that would do it all in one step....





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