Kale Logistics Solutions, a leading provider of IT solutions for the global logistics industry, has expanded its footprint in Atlanta, US.
This is a strategic location and will serve as the stepping stone to build a strong presence in North America and serving clients more efficiently, said a statement from the company.
Atlanta, located in Georgia, is a prime location in the US as it has the world’s busiest airport in terms of traffic. Atlanta is the major connecting point for several destinations in USA as well as overseas.
Recently, in November 2019, Kale Logistics Solutions implemented North America’s first Air Cargo Community System at the Atlanta Airport. This helps all stakeholders to electronically communicate within themselves and with other stakeholders like customs, shippers, airlines, trucking companies, customs brokers, freight forwarders and cargo handlers. It facilitates the movement of goods and information at the airport and aids in digital interactions, and reduces truck congestion with efficient slot and dock management.
Kale’s wide portfolio of IT solutions for the logistics industry answers several industry problems in North American logistics industry including vehicle congestion at airports and ports, supply chain opaqueness, excessive paperwork etc. Kale’s proven solutions have been experiencing increasing demand from this region.
With Atlanta presence, Kale Logistics Solutions is expanding its global footprint. With these overseas locations, Kale aims to serve customers in the US, Canada and Latin America.
Amar More, Director, Kale Logistics Solutions, said: “Along with our company’s existing locations in Dubai, Mauritius, Delhi and Mumbai, this new office demonstrates our company’s ongoing commitment to North America’s Logistics industry.”
“The opening of this new office marks a new step in our development in this strategic market and we hope to keep growing with our customers, associates, and partners,” he said.
“We aim to serve our clients with all their technology needs, improved brand experience and provide better support to them through these local offices,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service