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© Olivier Le Moal

In the complex and constantly changing world of freight forwarding, supply chains are becoming more flexible, scalable and resilient. As customers and supply chains grow more global, so does the need for a collaborative transport management system that connects not only all partners across the global supply chain, but all necessary customs filings and trade data with instant access and visibility. 

Forwarders are responding to the need of a digitised supply chain, to handle complex planning processes and automate trade compliance with local and foreign government, with a single solution that provides an ecosystem of capabilities across all partners, all processes, all enterprises. 

Find out how Crane Worldwide leverages BluJay’s Transportation Management for Forwarders to standardise global operations with the control and speed of the global trade network  

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  • Hannah

    June 22, 2020 at 6:41 am

    The kind of collaborative transport management system mentioned here is possible with both shipping and road transport. Together, they tick all the boxes of customs filings, trade data, instant access and visibility. They are also flexible, scalable and resilient – attributes that are needed for a reliable supply chain management in the current times.