Kale Logistics Solutions

Kale Logistics Solutions Supports Logistics Industry with e-Services Solutions

COVID-19 has engulfed the world completely. The first victims of this were definitely the logistics industry. Yes, air trade and maritime trade were the first to be called off with the outbreak turning into a pandemic. Well, to handle this situation in the current state and post the outbreak, governments are coming up with a stimulus package.

This accounts for trillions worldwide. Anyhow, there is nothing like going ahead with business as usual, right? Let us say, an organization says, “we will help you run the business as usual.” won’t you be surprised and readily accept the help?

Well, we all know this is not new today as so many of them have extended a helping hand. Still, someone offers software solutions with zero upfront investment. Also, allows you to continue for a free trial for a set period is interesting, isn’t it?

Kale Logistics Solutions, an IT solutions provider for logistics companies worldwide is offering it. Yes, this company which is known for building cargo community system has pledged to assist those stakeholders.

Kale as an industry patron is at the forefront of reaching out to the industry with a suite of e-services for both Air Cargo and Maritime for business continuity. Traditionally both are paper-intensive with manual operations. Kale understands that the industry has limited ability to invest in new tools in such trying times. These cloud-based e-Services from Kale like electronic documentation for Freight Forwarder, Ground Handlers and Airlines, electronic Delivery Order for Air and Maritime trade including Shipping Lines, Ports, Terminals and Freight Forwarders, e-Certificate of Origin, e-Manifest, etc enable contactless, paperless trade with a significant reduction in operating cost.

These e-services incorporate a completely outcome-based service model with zero upfront investment.

Emphasizing the e-service initiative, Vineet Malhotra, Director, Kale Logistics Solutions says, “Amidst the turmoil of the last few weeks, our priority has been to safeguard the health and well-being of our employees. Also, we’re continuing to support our customers’ mission-critical activities globally. We stand by the industry during this time of crisis, and would like to offer solutions that would support business continuity operations of Air and Maritime trade.”

This can be enabled by core digital services. Kale aims to build supply chains capable of communicating intelligently with one another with compounding effectiveness and agility.”