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Kale Logistics Solutions has enabled Trade Facilitation for global logistics players through their state-of-the-art community platforms. These platforms are designed to offer several fulfilment mechanisms as per the guidelines around Trade Facilitation Agreement, outlined by the World Trade Organisation (WTO).


Mumbai, May 10, 2018: Kale Logistics Solutions is a trusted IT Logistics partner for several Fortune 500 companies worldwide, offering a comprehensive suite of IT solutions for the logistics domain. With their in-depth domain knowledge and technical expertise, the company had been able to create a suite of comprehensive IT systems and Community Platforms, which offer a single electronic lodgement capable for supporting operational flow, percolating data to various stakeholders and facilitating paperless exchange of trade related information between various stakeholders.


The simplification, modernization and harmonization of export and import processes have emerged as an important issue for the world trading system. To support and encourage ideal trade conditions around the world, World Trade Organization (WTO) proposed the landmark ‘Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) that was entered into force on 22 February 2017. The TFA encompasses several provisions for ensuring expedited movement, release and clearance of goods and sets out measures for effective cooperation between customs, related authorities on trade facilitation and customs compliances. The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) are also leveraging their strengths and services to provide a coordinated and integrated program to support developing countries in implementation of the WTO TFA and have even proposed a pentagonal framework in this regards which dictates the steps to achieve trade facilitation. The Indian government too has ratified the agreement and has commenced taking pertinent measures. In fact, it has already established a preparatory Committee on Trade Facilitation and is accepting Notifications of Category A commitments under the Agreement on Trade Facilitation.

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