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The world’s first truly global TMS

Pantechnik customers have live carrier compliance with over 180 carriers and forwarders worldwide.

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We build global shipping solutions

Our solutions are more than just software. Pantechnik’s platforms provide supply chain visibility for enterprise customers around the world.

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We love complexity

However complex your global supply chain, Pantechnik delivers effective compliance and visibility.

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140,987 packages shipped using

180 carriers to

29 countries

1 day's work for GSA |

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How GSA works

GSA’s integrated shipping solution helps global enterprises to optimise transportation, managing multiple carriers on one platform and offering a complete view of shipping from warehouse to customer.

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DB Schenker:
A Case Study

Niels Troost, Business Development Manager at DB Schenker tells how Pantechnik's solutions have helped DB Schenker to improve processes, reduce costs and offer their client's end-to-end visibility and multi-carrier management.

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Transportation management software delivering business-critical multi-carrier shipping solutions for corporate clients throughout the world.

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  • UPS adds more than 700 vehicles to natural gas fleet
    UPS has announced plans to build an additional five compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations in the US and add more than 700 new CNG vehicles including 400 semi-tractors and 330 terminal trucks....
    Source: Post&Parcel
  • Hub by Amazon now available for installation across the US
    Amazon has announced that its "Hub by Amazon" delivery solution for apartments is now available for installation "across the United States"....
    Source: Post&Parcel
  • Weakened Rates Weigh on Baltic index
    The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index fell for the second day in a row on Tuesday, pressured by weaker rates for capesize and panamax vessels.The overall index, which tracks rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, was down 23 points, or 1.6 percent, at 1,419 points, its biggest one-day...
    Source: Logistics Newsroom (EN)
  • Amazon opens new office in Dublin
    Amazon has officially opened a new office in central Dublin and announced that it is creating more than 1,000 permanent new jobs in Ireland over the next two years....
    Source: Post&Parcel
  • John Lewis piloting ‘buyback’ service for unwanted clothing
    UK retailer John Lewis is piloting a new 'buyback' service in which customers can arrange to have any unwanted clothing they bought from its 50 shops and website collected from their home - and they will be paid immediately for each item regardless of its condition....
    Source: Post&Parcel
  • Debenhams issues profits warning
    Debenhams, which recently revealed that it has started on a programme of warehouse automation, has warned that pre-tax profit will be up to £15m less than expected for the current financial year. In a trading update for the 41 weeks to 16th June, it said: “Against a background of increased competitor...
    Source: Logistics Manager Magazine

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