NileDutch completes ALLEGRO rollout

Nile Dutch Africa Line has completed the rollout of CyberLogitec’s ALLEGRO container carrier operations system, to be used to facilitate operational efficiency across its 85 offices and agencies around the world.

“As a leader of the global shipping sector, NileDutch is committed to embracing new technologies in order to better serve our customers,” said W.J. van Aalst, Chief Executive Officer at NileDutch.

“The ALLEGRO solution is ground-breaking in many ways, including its capability to convert real-time data into instant, actionable insights, and we see it as the cornerstone of NileDutch’s strategy for a future-forward operating model. We have already begun using the system to unlock potential, including exploring cutting-edge services.”

Rotterdam-headquartered NileDutch agreed a deal with CyberLogitec in summer 2018 to implement ALLEGRO at the company. Being web-based, the application is accessible via web browsers and mobile devices, allowing vessel operations data to be actionable at any location.

“At CyberLogitec, we are proud to have supported NileDutch in their digital transformation by delivering the global-scale project within nine months,” said Jason Hyeon, Managing Director of CyberLogitec Global.

“NileDutch’s vision for their expanding business and ALLEGRO’s capabilities found a match in each other and we are very excited about what may come next for NileDutch.”

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