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Kale Logistics Solutions which developed India’s first container digital exchange, CODEX at Tuticorin Port, has announced the launch of a container tracking mobile app for container stakeholders operating at Tuticorin. This will be India’s first mobile app for container stakeholders and is accessible from Google Play store for Android phones. The app will be an extension of CODEX. The launch took place on the sidelines of Maritime India Summit 2016, organised by the Ministry of Shipping, and inaugurated by the prime minister of India, Narendra Modi.
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