project44 launches global parcel visibility
Addressing the growing market demands for real-time visibility, project44 has announced a new international and domestic parcel tracking and address validation solution to its rapidly expanding product portfolio, which already consists of less-than-truckload, volume ltl, full truckload and rail visibility solutions.
Fitting into the company’s larger mission of delivering a multimodal end-to-end visibility solution powered by the most accurate and trustworthy data available, the newly launched solution further enables project44’s growing customer base of retailers, suppliers and logistics providers to strengthen brand loyalty, meet on-demand customer expectations, lower costs while increasing productivity, eliminate stockouts without bloating inventory, and satisfy tight delivery requirements.
Connected to over 94,000 carriers and 5.3M assets, project44 is now the only multimodal visibility provider to offer tracking solutions in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa. This new offering provides API-based integrations into top domestic and international parcel capacity providers — over 115 major market and regional carriers across the globe, including FedEx, UPS, USPS, DHL, Royal Mail, Hermes, Deutsche Post, and more. Any parcel capacity providers not already on the network can be integrated in just two short weeks, free of charge.
“To truly achieve visibility across the entire supply chain, all parties involved, including the end consumer, need complete transparency into the real-time location and ETA estimates of parcel shipments,” said project44 CEO and Founder, Jett McCandless. “project44 customers are armed with consistent and accurate data at all times during the shipment process, averaging 99.9 percent tracking success rates on their international and domestic parcel shipments. Adding this critical mode into our overall portfolio, while also expanding into an international footprint, ensures that project44 customers can execute a truly connected and digital global transportation ecosystem.”
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