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EDI transactions shoot up with Kale’s ezyCompliance

EDI transactions shoot up with Kale’s ezyCompliance

Thailand International Freight Forwarders Association (TIFFA EDI Services) has achieved over 220 times in growth volumes of EDI transactions since implementing Kale Logistics Solutions’ PING services on the ezyCompliance platform.

Several other performance parameters such as saving up to 80% on each ENS/AMS filings and an increase of about eight times in MAWB filings were other significant accomplishments by TIFFA EDI Services.

The e-freight initiative aims to remove paper documents from the supply chain, developed with regional stakeholders to replace paper air waybills with electronic data interchange message formats.

Thailand is a key country for air waybill volume, and the focus for TIFFA EDI Services has been to implement e-AWB and later expand the technology adoption to include e-freight compliance.

Amar More, director of Kale Logistics Solution says: “We are glad that we could provide the necessary technological innovation and support to TIFFA EDI Services for their growth story. PING services has capability to push the global e-AWB adoption globally and we strive to work towards creating digital air freight communities worldwide using such innovations.”

Anusorn Lovichit, managing director of TIFFA EDI Services says: “There has been an increase in the number of customers handled on this platform by eighteen times in between 2014 and 2018. We are confident that this platform will further facilitate trade in addition to Thailand’s National Single Window for electronic transactions which is emerging as a key requirement for global trade.”


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