Project44 provides China data

Project44 says it has become the first real-time transportation visibility provider authorized to transfer logistics data cross-border from China. It has worked with the Lingang Special Area to provide a legal, secure and compliant visibility solution for customers seeking visibility of their Chinasupply chains. [+]

Christmas comes early – but not in a good way

Houthi attacks on Red Sea shipping are prompting European retailers to place their Christmas orders early as the disruption threaten holiday deliveries., says visibility specialist, Project44. Vice-president of customer success, Tom Broome, said: ““In a time where geopolitical conflicts are becoming more prevalent, we must be prepared for never-normal supply chains ... [+]

Project44 offers detention and demuurage option

Project44 has added detention and demurrage optimisation to its visibility platform. It aims to help shippers understand real-time risk and incurred demurrage and detention costs and to minimise them.  The solution uses customers’ custom contracts to improve accuracy. It also includes key terminal milestones and container status data to help ... [+]

Project44 appoints chief customer officer

Visibility specialist Project44 has appointed Amir Siddiqi as chief customer officer. He was previously chief customer officer at CentralSquare Technologies, where he led a team of over 1,300 and was responsible for ensuring customer satisfaction across over 35 product sets and teams. He has also held senior roles at technology firms ... [+]

Red Sea shipping attacks tail off but airfreight costs on the rise

Houthi rebels are continuing to affect shipping in the Red Sea but attacks are beginning to slow, says visibility firm Project44. Over 400 airstrikes on targets in Yemen by the US and Britain have killed 37, and it is likely that the persistent counterattacks have caused the Houthi weapon supply ... [+]

Shipping escapes effects of Taiwan quake

Visibility specialist Project44 says it is not expecting any major impact on shipping from the earthquake that struck Taiwan on 3 April. The epicenter of the earthquake was well away from the major ports of Kao-Hsiung, Keelung, and Taipei. The nearest port is Hualien which handles coaster trade. Project44 anticipates ... [+]

Oz ports shrug off cyberattack

The recent cyber attack on DP World’s Australian container terminal operations on 10-13 November had little effect on berthing times at Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney according to report by visibility firm Project44. It adds that although the Port of Sydney experienced a recent high in berthing time, Brisbane's remains below ... [+]

Project44 appoints product chief

Visibility platform Project44 has appointed Adrienne Wilhoit as chief product officer. She brings over two decades of supply chain technology experience and will build upon project44’s SaaS platform, Movement, to help solve complex supply chain challenges. Prior to joining project44, Wilhoit was executive vice-president of enterprise product and technology ... [+]

A clearer picture of global supply chains

The Project44 supply chain visibility platform has made a number of enhancements. These include the ability to merge data from carriers and forwarders to deliver complete visibility from door to door, eliminating blind spots at interchanges so shippers can manage inventory in transit and meet order due dates while minimising ... [+]

Project44 helps orchestrate Yamaha supply chain

Musical instrument maker Yamaha has signed up to Project44’s Ocean Visibility and Port Intel solutions. It is using it to improve visibility of its global shipments, enhance its supply chain resilience and optimise its supply chain for its 15,000 containers worldwide. [+]

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