CEVA Logistics offers 'CargoWise' as digitisation advance
CEVA Logistics, now a CMA CGM unit, has introduced an 'integrated logistics execution platform' called CargoWise, the Marseilles-based company announced
CEVA Logistics, now a CMA CGM unit, has introduced an 'integrated logistics execution platform' called CargoWise, the Marseilles-based company announced.
With this, CEVA Logistics intends to simplify and standardise all 4PL operational processes across its global network.
'CargoWise will be implemented over the course of the next five years, as part of a planned process, replacing multiple legacy systems and delivering greater efficiency within the business,' said a company statement.
'The switch to CargoWise will enable CEVA Logistics teams around the globe to have real-time visibility of freight forwarding and customs actions on a single platform.
'As a purpose-built solution, Cargowise gives employees access to the same information in a single database across all functions, offices, countries and languages, furthering the CEVA Logistics digital transformation,' it said.
By the end of 2022, 50 per cent of all CEVA Logistics locations will be fully operational on the CargoWise platform with the whole project completed and deployed by 2025.
Said CEVA Logistics CEO Mathieu Friedberg: 'By implementing CargoWise, CEVA will further improve productivity and efficiency as we strive to lead the way in multi-modal forwarding and contract logistics operations.'
Said Wasatch founder and CEO Richard White: 'Logistics has experienced upheaval with digitisation and automation. CargoWise will empower and enable CEVA Logistics to improve efficiencies and continue to build its presence and strength globally,'