BlueBox Systems and Tive collaborate for air cargo delaying solutions
Due to the open structure, third-party tracking systems can be integrated without any problems, thus refining the data even further. For this reason, the partnership with Tive is the logical step.
BlueBox Systems, a provider of the BlueBoxAir tracking platform that monitors air cargo in real-time, and leading in-transit visibility provider Tive, have partnered to reduce delays and damage on global air cargo routes by combining their respective solutions.
BlueBox Systems recently announced its air freight tracking software BlueBoxAir the possibility to calculate the CO2 emissions of each shipment in real-time and in detail.
BlueBox Systems' BlueBoxAir real-time tracking platform enables companies, shippers and logistics service providers to track air cargo shipments down to the minute, compare airlines, airports or entire supply chains for performance metrics.
“For us, Tive is one of the most important drivers in the digitalization of logistics,” said Martin Schulze, CEO, BlueBox Systems. “With their monitoring and tracking solutions, they already offer the market a portfolio of both innovative and future-oriented solutions. So, it is logical for us to enter a partnership with Tive and jointly develop value for our customers.”
In addition, the platform offers the possibility to display and compensate for the real CO2 values of a shipment. Due to the open structure, third-party tracking systems can be integrated without any problems, thus refining the data even further. For this reason, the partnership with Tive is the logical step.
“The next generation of in-transit visibility is adding more ways to deliver meaningful data in real-time, so logistics professionals can actively manage shipments and eliminate delays and damage,” said Krenar Komoni, Founder and CEO, Tive. “Hyper-accurate location and condition are a cornerstone – and together with BlueBox Systems we are creating a new industry standard in saving air freight loads.”