The 21st century is now more than 20 years old so it would probably surprise outsiders that the logistics business is still wrestling with the concept of moving away from paper.

Computers and software abound in the supply chain, of course, but in the business of shipping goods around the world, documents still need printed and, more problematically, data gaps drain visibility and efficiency from the system.

This inefficiency leads to people having to do things like running to and from printers, ...

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