As any supply chain manager knows, this makes for bad business as rates collapse, margins shrink, and taxes on carbon emission only further likely year-over-year losses.
That said, Hanhaa believes such problems can be remedied through scrappy (read: legal) solutions and why ParceLive, though steeped in technology, is meant to improve partnerships first and foremost toward a more long-term solution to the overcapacity problem plaguing container companies around the world.
Partnering sans pirates:
ParceLive relies on a combination of hardware and software to track containers, both large and small, across borders and industries with use cases having proofed out this belief time and time again.
That said, software-as-a-service (SaaS) is only as good as the communication behind it and that means connecting companies by enabling legacy systems to ‘speak’ with one another real time.
Hanhaa offers this feature with each SaaS package it helps deploy, but also encourages shipping companies to grow into true supply chain leaders by bridging internal apps, SAP systems, customer-service portals, and any other existing online platform within geographically disparate manufacturers so as to ensure every party has an optimal view into container movements.
What’s more, and by becoming a channel partner with the ability to share real-time data, supply chain personnel can further diversify their service offerings, create another revenue stream, and, yes, help pasta producers in one location more efficiently (and legally) move their excess supply to places seeking a little more penne for their penny.