DP World launches digital logistics platform

DP World has introduced a new digital platform called CARGOES Logistics, providing a single-window for customers to manage the movement of their cargo via a choice of multimodal logistics options, including shipping of freight by sea, road, or rail.

The online system will offer quotes, booking confirmations and payment options for direct cargo booking from origin to destination. The first phase of the launch covers booking of cargo from UAE to India, as well as India to multiple destinations across the Middle East, Subcontinent, Southeast Asia, the Far East and North Africa.

The new digital platform will also provide tracking of cargo, with real time insights and end-to-end visibility backed by DP World’s network of integrated logistics assets.

“Demand for digital solutions has never been higher and will only keep growing. We are leveraging technology to create value for our customers and help drive growth,” said Pradeep Desai, Chief Technology Officer, DP World.

“CARGOES Logistics by DP World is part of the broader CARGOES software suite of products. DP World created CARGOES to solve pressing challenges caused by supply chain related inefficiencies.”

“It’s a holistic solution powered by technology targeting all aspects of global trade including finance, ERP, tracking, Terminal Operating System, customs software and enabling end-to-end logistics. We are excited to provide Logistics as one of our first CARGOES offerings to customers.”

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