Kuehne+Nagel reveals new customer portal

Kuehne+Nagel has launched a new booking portal that will allow customers to get quotes, book and track shipments.
The myKN service offers customers a single point of access to all online services, replacing the current Control Center.
myKN allows to explore, quote, book and track as well as managing shipments and user accounts entirely online in a self-service portal.
Kuehne + Nagel International chief executive Detlef Trefzger said: “Customer centricity is at the core of our business.
"That is why we constantly improve the ease of doing business with Kuehne + Nagel. We follow the ambition to provide our customers everything needed to plan and handle shipments in one place.
"Therefore we will continuously enhance myKN with new interactive and collaborative features.”
The company added: "myKN allows registered customers to explore shipment possibilities amongst others via the recently extended digital platform Sea Explorer and obtain visibility on all aspects of the shipment including financial data and confidential documents at an unparalleled level of detail.
"It offers different options to personalise features serving individual customer needs. That makes myKN the most integrated online solution in logistics."
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