Kale Lo­gis­tics hand-in-hand with IPCSA

The In­ter­na­tional Port Com­mu­nity Sys­tems As­so­ci­a­tion (IPCSA) has ex­panded its mem­ber­ship by wel­com­ing Kale Lo­gis­tics So­lu­tions, the first In­dian com­pany, to join IPCSA. This will en­able Kale to share its in­dus­try ex­pe­ri­ence.

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Kale Lo­gis­tics’ Con­tainer Dig­i­tal Ex­change sys­tem at Tu­ti­corin port has been pre­sented to the Hon­ourable Prime Min­is­ter of In­dia, as one of the top in­dus­try in­no­va­tion in trade fa­cil­i­ta­tion. A case study on Kale Lo­gis­tics’ IT so­lu­tions has also been pub­lished in the ‘Sup­ply Chain Man­age­ment’ book co-au­thored by Kel­logg’s Busi­ness School pro­fes­sors and the so­lu­tions have been considered in Top 10 in­no­va­tions by KPMG in their Adding Wings pub­li­ca­tion. In­dia’s first multi-mo­dal Cargo Com­mu­nity Sys­tem (CCS) UP­LIFT and world’s first com­pre­hen­sive Air­port Cargo Com­mu­nity sys­tem, GMAX are Kale Lo­gis­tics’ cre­ations.

Speak­ing about Kale Lo­gis­tics’ com­mu­nity and ERP so­lu­tions, Amar More, CEO, Kale Lo­gis­tics So­lu­tions, said, “Our com­mu­nity sys­tems are very dif­fer­ent from the tra­di­tional CCS, as they play a much wider role than func­tion­ing solely as a for­warder for an air­line or for­warder to Cus­toms EDI. They al­low SMEs to run their en­tire busi­ness on the CCS ap­pli­ca­tion and have sev­eral ful­fil­ment mech­a­nisms, in­clud­ing web por­tals, sys­tem-to-sys­tem in­te­gra­tion and bureau ser­vices. We pro­vide a com­pletely neu­tral plat­form, so there is no con­flict of in­ter­est. Our Com­mu­nity Sys­tems are avail­able as SaaS too. Our so­lu­tions are avail­able across mul­ti­ple plat­forms like PC, mo­bile phones, etc. The dis­tinct fea­ture of our so­lu­tions is that we give users tools to pre­vent ser­vice fail­ures rather than re­port ser­vice fail­ures which many other sys­tems do.”

“We are ex­pe­ri­enc­ing a wide de­mand for our so­lu­tions in Amer­ica, Europe, the Mid­dle East, Africa and the Far East and are al­ready work­ing with sev­eral in­dus­try as­so­ci­a­tions and air­ports. By join­ing IPCSA, we will be able to share and en­rich our in­dus­try ex­pe­ri­ence, learn­ings and adop­tion strate­gies by in­ter­act­ing with global in­dus­try peers. There is a great po­ten­tial within IPCSA for col­lab­o­rat­ing and com­bin­ing each other’s so­lu­tions to en­able fast turn­around times and a dig­i­tal in­fra­struc­ture for trade fa­cil­i­ta­tion. We look for­ward to build­ing dig­i­tal cor­ri­dors be­tween the other com­mu­nity sys­tem op­er­a­tors and con­nect­ing the global lo­gis­tics in­dus­try more closely”, More, added. Richard Mor­ton, Sec­re­tary Gen­eral, IPCSA, said, “IPCSA con­tin­ues to ex­pand and rep­re­sent its mem­bers at the high­est lev­els, in­clud­ing through our con­sul­ta­tive sta­tus at the In­ter­na­tional Mar­itime Or­ga­ni­za­tion and Special Con­sul­ta­tive Sta­tus at UN ECOSOC.”


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