Allport Cargo Services USA Adopts the GT Nexus Platform to Fuel Expansion in North America
Fremont, CA: GT Nexus, a wholly owned subsidiary of Infor, recently declared that Allport Cargo Services USA, have deployed their platform to help them deliver ground-breaking worldwide supply-chain services with visibility and collaboration across its consumer base. Allport Cargo Services are aiming to make good on their growth plans in North America, with a core of technology kept at its epicenter.
"Our clients insist on technology innovations that allow better control as well as visibility of orders," said Bill Aldridge, President, Allport Cargo Services. "A cloud-based network enables us to spread out upon our prevalent presence and established origin management expertise to convey enhanced services across all verticals in North America, predominantly the retail sector. Network-based platforms like GT Nexus are the way of the future."
"Allport Cargo USA is founded upon our extended leadership in providing international freight via multiple modes, logistics and value-added services to thousands of clients of every size and type, from sole traders to MNCs across Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and South Africa," said Aldridge. "Plugging into a cloud-commerce platform allows us to offer new industry-leading functionalities and competencies that enhance our clients' ability and agility to service their own customers."
"The future of global trade will be based on a hyperconnected, network model," said President of GT Nexus, Kurt Cavano. "Providers of cargo services, factories and all of the other trading partners associated with the transportation of goods are able to tap into a single cloud network to transact. This allows pioneers like Allport Cargo Services to deliver newer and improved services to customers."
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