Kale Logistics Solutions, a leading provider of IT solutions for the logistics industry, is showcasing next-generation regulatory single windows at the ongoing WCO IT/TI Conference & Exhibition 2019 in Baku, Azerbaijan.
This is in keeping with the company’s commitment to catalyse trade facilitation, empower ease of doing business, and enable trade through single window systems, globally, said a statement from the company.
Across the world, customs administrations are posed with significant technological, economic and legal changes which necessitate newer approaches to managing administrations, it said.
Moreover, recent industry studies point towards the dramatic impact of trade facilitation on international trade – a boost in global trade to the tune of $1 trillion per year – by bolstering improvements in border administration throughout the world.
Kale Logistics Solutions’ latest offerings, next-generation regulatory single windows and multimodal logistics e-Marketplace, are in line with its commitment to facilitate foreign trade by transforming and integrating the data entry processes in import and export operations and aim to eliminate redundancy and streamline public costs.
The regulatory single window, powered by Kale Logistics Solutions, enables digitalisation of processes with e-approvals and significantly minimises the paper and time needed for import and export transactions.
These add to Kale’s existing broad solution spectrum that ranges from 'Internal Business Automation Systems' to 'Community Platforms' that help various players in the logistics value chain from shipper up to consignee, to communicate and transact with each other electronically.
Amar More, the director of Kale Logistics Solutions, said: “The legacy functions of customs are being challenged by rapid liberalisation and globalisation of trade.”
Kale Logistics Solutions, he stated, offers IT solutions for logistics industry to enable fast and accurate delivery, better supply chain visibility, superior customer service and optimised asset utilisation.
“Customs administrations across the world are gearing up to be future-ready and prepare for the new roles they will have to play. Our aim is to be a catalyst and partner in their digitalisation process and next-generation regulatory single windows will likely provide impetus for their journey,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service