This means that should their been a dispute, resolution can occur swiftly and efficiently with still more data showing, again, when, not if, a parcel was tampered with or exposed to light, temperature fluctuations, unanticipated quarantines, mishandling, or worse.
Preventing intellectual property theft:
Hanhaa is also working hard to get out ahead of the criminally minded and remains on the cutting edge of innovation when it comes to securing not only the physical movement of smaller and smaller packages, but affording shipping companies with the ability to join networks that prevent the theft of intellectual property.
ParceLive, coupled with XG, even goes so far as to empower shippers to deploy this software solution on their own platforms and, in so doing, hold their upstream and downstream partners equally accountable so as to avoid the unintended movement of pirated information and communication technology (ICT) devices and goods.
While technology is certainly no panacea when it comes to practices predating the Parthenon, being able to monitor, in real-time, the movement of goods around the world is an easy way to prevent criminal claims now as well as in the future.
The above article should not scare you or your supplier into quick or cursory compliance with international shipping standards or best practices, so much as result in a pause (hopefully over a martini or cocktail in a bar) in looking to ensure you are employing the latest in smart tech to avoid legal issues in the future.
That said, Hanhaa offers a suite of products to fit your needs, improve trust throughout your supply chain, and, perhaps, lead to a higher quality drink the next time you find yourself down at the local.