In a large-scale rollout, logistics provider Aramex turned on CargoWise for its freight forwarding services as part of its digitalisation move, a press release confirmed.
CargoWise will be implemented simultaneously across the Aramex network of 1,200 freight forwarding specialists in Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
The logistics software will allow Aramex to its Aramex’s freight forwarding and customs operations and enhance the overall user experience for employees and customers.
“We are very proud to launch CargoWise through this challenging time in a ‘big bang’ approach. Aramex is rewriting the textbook on implementing a global transport management system on such a large scale, which is a testament to our agility and speed in responding to the global changing environment. We have shortened the development cycle in years and avoided the landscape of operating a mix of legacy and modernized systems,” Mohammed Sleeq, chief digital officer of Aramex, expressed in a statement.
Aside from freight forwarding and customs clearance, the all-in-one platform automates transactions for warehousing, shipping, tracking, land transport, e-commerce, and cross-border compliance.