Aramex switches to single cargo platform

Logistics firm Aramex has implemented WiseTech Global’s integrated logistics execution platform, CargoWise, across its global network.

The company rolled out the new platform simultaneously across its network of 1,200 freight forwarders, spanning Asia, Europe and the Middle East as part of a digital drive.

The company hopes that switching to a single system will improve visibility.

Mohammed Sleeq, chief digital officer of Aramex, said: “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.

“Through a single platform, CargoWise provides configurability, automation and real-time visibility across our global freight operations. The results will be a high ramp up of business benefits that will be felt across all the freight community of Aramex.”

 

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