Multinational Asia Shipping, which claims to lead trading of full-container imports from Asia to South America, is about to launch a cargo tracking platform, hoping to succeed where IBM and Maersk’s TradeLens system failed.
The Santos-based company says its maritime exports grew 40% year-on-year between January and October 2022, handling 30,760TEUs. In imports, it claims to be the biggest integrator in the region, handling 109,960TEUs.
In an interview with bnamericas, Rafael Dantas, head of sales at Asia Shipping, talks about the future of logistics in the region, supply chain bottlenecks, technology servicing and nearshoring.
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