WIN and Kewill form software partnership

Supply chain software firm Kewill is adapting its freight forwarder platform to offer connectivity to the WIN system through a partnership with the WCA Network of forwarders.
The WIN system is designed specifically for independent cargo agents and which connects to over 90 airlines while the Kewill forwarder platform, called MOVE, that offers supply chain management.
“With over 6,000 independent forwarder members in 180 countries, many of whom already use Kewill solutions, our partnership with WCA will help us to grow our customer base,” said Doug Braun, chief executive, Kewill.
“MOVE’s architecture already supports seamless connectivity and the new connection to WIN will give our customers broad reach to reduce their reliance on email and redundant data handling by exchanging shipment data, documents, and milestones with their WCA agency partners.”

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