E-Freight

E-Freight

Dematerialisation and optimisation of processes in the logistics community.

 

IMPROVING THE COMPETITIVENESS OF THE LOGISTICS COMMUNITY

E-FREIGHT allows the dematerialisation and optimisation of business processes for public and private players in the logistics community, covering port (port, dry port airport) community systems and cargo community systems. This includes change management, design, funding, and operation of an online collaborative platform, accessible from a web portal.

E-Freight programs are long-term reforms. As a result, we choose contractual models with extended partnerships that allow the creation of a collaboration framework between the government, private stakeholders and operators.

Thus, a regulatory authority can benefit from its partner’s financial resources, expertise and technology. Depending on the circumstances, we can operate under a concession, joint venture or public/ private partnership.

Our approach includes the following:

Public Web Portal

Showcase projects to the wider public and to international organisations, with all the relevant news and regulations in your market.

Information System

Bring all your market stakeholders together with the centralisation of processes and information and maintain trust and transparency in transactional and business exchanges.

Technological Interoperability

We offer an open system that can be fully integrated into a single window with an intelligent systems network.

Bureau Veritas Interoperability

All our services are entirely compatible.

Conformity to International Guidelines

Our services follow the UNECE (rec. 25 & 33), WCO (Revised Kyoto Convention) and WTO (Bali Package) guidelines.

KEY BENEFITS

  • Improve

    economic attractiveness.

  • Increase stakeholders

    productivity (business and logistics).

  • Optimise cost

    management and processing times.

  • Single data submission

    point between all stakeholders.

  • Better international rankings

    (WTO, OECD, etc.)

  • Transformation

    into a regional hub for trade and transport.

  • Standardisation

    of exchanged information following international guidelines.

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