DHL launches ocean freight track­ing

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DHL Global For­ward­ing has en­hanced its track­ing ca­pa­bil­i­ties by launch­ing a new global ocean freight ser­vice called Ocean Se­cure. The ser­vice is de­signed for cus­tomers ship­ping sen­si­tive or high value cargo, specif­i­cally from the life sci­ences and health­care, tech­nol­ogy, au­to­mo­tive, and con­sumer goods in­dus­tries. By means of Ocean Se­cure, DHL and cus­tomers can ac­cess real time track­ing and tem­per­a­ture data at any given point and take re­me­dial ac­tion if nec­es­sary. “Ocean Se­cure is a sig­nif­i­cant leap for­ward re­gard­ing trans­parency along the sup­ply chain and a fur­ther de­vel­op­ment of the ocean freight busi­ness it­self. Know­ing the ex­act where­abouts and con­di­tion of their goods will give our cus­tomers more plan­ning flex­i­bil­ity,“says An­dreas Boedeker, global head of ocean freight, DHL Global For­ward­ing.

An in­te­gral part of the DHL Ocean Se­cure ser­vices are in-tran­sit vis­i­bil­ity and in-tran­sit con­trol. Cus­tomers have ac­cess to real time in­for­ma­tion on the lo­ca­tion and con­di­tion of their ship­ment at any given time via an on­line plat­form. In case of ir­reg­u­lar­i­ties, a DHL team will in­ter­vene.

The ser­vice is glob­ally avail­able and can be in­di­vid­u­alised by cus­tomers, depend­ing on their needs.

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