Kale Introduces New Customs Clearance Management Software

Kale Introduces New Customs Clearance Management Software
Danny Gill

Kale Logistics Solutions has announced a new version of their Customs Clearance Management (CCM) Software, CANOPUS 2.0, incorporating several features like Business Analytics, a fully featured Mobile App, and connectivity to multiple stakeholders and Kale’s Community Platforms.

The role of Customs Brokers (CBs) has evolved in the past decade from customs document filing to connecting with multiple trade partners. The current technology available poses multiple challenges to CBs like standalone applications, complex documentation, extensive manual intervention and changing compliances. Kale has built a robust support system with dedicated helpline, customer training, advisory services and neighborhood training programs with their newly released CANOPUS 2.0 software to help alleviate some of these issues.

Amar More, CEO Kale Logistics Solutions said, “We are happy to release this new version which is the need of the industry at this hour. Built with continuous inputs of over 2 years from all stakeholders, CANOPUS is truly the next generation custom clearance management system. Our attempt is to give users a tool to prevent service failures rather than just report service failures at the end of the month which many other systems do.”

“In order to make the new generation technology easily accessible to all segments of market including small and medium CBs, we have priced the new CANOPUS 2.0 at a rate which anyone can afford without blinking of an eye. And also be part of a larger Cargo Community Platform which empowers them do business with each other digitally. Additionally, based on the feedback from the CB community, we have built a special mechanism of training and support so as to ensure continuous and trouble free usage of the software.”

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Danny Gill

Danny is currently a Contributing Writer for Airfreight Logistics and Logistics Manager (LM) and is quite the foodie. He’s always on the hunt for new and exciting dishes to sample, and is never one to back down from a spicy challenge. His travels have taken him around the world, and he’s been able to experience many different cultures (and food).

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