Kale Logistics Solutions is an innovative organisation that is built on a platform of deep industry knowledge and technical expertise. To date, Kale has served as the harbinger of many pioneering technology-driven solutions that have changed the face of the logistics industry worldwide.
Kale was incorporated to serve the community at large; their solutions are designed to go beyond an individual enterprise to reach grass-roots level organisations and cover industry anchors. Their role is to support businesses, especially small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), by providing an efficient and comprehensive global logistics network that can serve a larger international customer base and reduce trade barriers. We have made technology accessible, affordable, and adaptable for the entire logistics industry.
As an industry patron, Kale is at the forefront of reaching out to the industry with a suite of e-services for both air cargo and maritime to ensure business continuity during pandemics. Traditionally, both are paper-intensive with manual operations. In times of social distancing, the logistics industry is not equipped with measures to keep operations running. e-Services from Kale, like electronic documentation, electronic Delivery Order, e-Certificate of Origin, e-Manifest, and other e-Services for advance shipment information, will support the industry by promoting e-trade.
Kale understands that the industry has a limited ability to invest in new tools in such trying times. As a result, it has taken the initiative to create an entirely outcome-based service model with no upfront investment for its e-Services. These cloud-enabled services reduce cargo handling time through automation. Some of the other benefits are; improved customer satisfaction with better shipment visibility, improved data accuracy and security, and reduced cost.
Suneet Gupta, Global Head Cargo Community System, Kale Logistics speaks with Cargo Insights about their recent collaboration with Dagang NeXchange Berhad (DNeX).
Kale was incorporated to serve the community at large; their solutions are designed to go beyond an individual enterprise to reach grass-roots level organisations and cover industry anchors.
Kale and Dagang NeXchange are to pilot a first-of-its-kind digital platform to connect airport stakeholders at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia. The first phase of the partnership will include a pilot with key stakeholders at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, following which the platform will be offered to six other airports in the country. Dagang Net is the operator of Malaysia’s National Single Window for trade facilitation, which facilitates e-customs and electronic document transfer between members of its trading community. The ACS will be built on this National Single Window to integrate air freight data and stakeholders on a common, unified platform. This neutral and open platform will enable intelligent and secure information exchange between public and private stakeholders to improve the competitive position of Malaysian airport communities.