Klaveness Digital adds Supply Chain Analytics division

Klaveness Digital, wholly owned by shipowner Torvald Klaveness, has announced the formation of a new Supply Chain Analytics division.

The team consists of a mix of expertise from the supply chain and shipping sectors alongside data analytics, data science, and data visualisation specialists, who will look to leverage the data in Klaveness Digital’s CargoValue platform combined with other sources to identify value creation opportunities for customers.

“We see the Supply Chain Analytics division as a powerful asset for customers seeking to take their supply chains to the next level,” said Aleksander Stensby, Managing Director of Klaveness Digital.

“The initiative will also serve as an enabler for Klaveness Digital to further develop CargoValue by rapid prototyping analytical solutions on real customer challenges that can then be scaled into the solution.”

The new division will offer bespoke analysis services, assisting the company’s cross-functional teams in making use of the data available within its systems to improve results. This could include competitor and trade pattern analysis, optimisation of working capital, risk analysis and dynamic reporting.

“Our customers have detailed knowledge of their supply chains. But we see that we can assist them in adapting to the new ways of working when they have even more data available for improved decision making and often need to engage multiple stakeholders to capitalise on new opportunities,” said André Torbjørnsen, Head of the new Supply Chain Analytics division.

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