Bollore Logistics to implement CargoWise One solution globally
April 25, 2019: Bollore Logistics has signed a strategic agreement with logistics solutions group WiseTech Global to roll out its CargoWise One integrated logistics solutions platform globally as of May 2019.
CargoWise One eases the complex transactions process in areas such as freight forwarding, customs clearance, warehousing, shipping, tracking, land transport, e-commerce, and cross-border compliance, thus allowing to manage their operations on one database across multiple users, functions, countries, languages, and currencies.
The supply chain management company has already using this solution in in Australia and New Zealand for many years to handle its freight forwarding and customs management operations.
CargoWise One will now be set up for Bollore Logistics to use across its worldwide network, including Africa, a key market for Bollore Logistics.
The global roll-out will also support Bollore Logistics%u2019 new "ONE TMS" programme, which is a unique IT tool for the company%u2019s entire network, driven by strong and integrated processes. The CargoWise One deployment will begin next year after an initial configuration phase.
%u201CThe powerful, deeply integrated CargoWise One platform is designed with a global schema andaims at boosting the overall productivity through electronic integration, cost reduction, digitisation and deep automation capabilities,%u201D said Richard White, founder and CEO of WiseTech Global.
%u201CThis new tool will gradually replace all of our existing TMS software. It will also enable communication with the solutions we currently have in place like DMP, Concerto and Link,%u201D said Thierry Ehrenbogen, CEO of Bollore Logistics.
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