Amital Data to integrate Windward AI service to improve cargo visibility

Amital Data, an Israeli software provider to freight forwarders, shipping agents and customs brokers, has agreed a new deal to integrate Windward’s AI insights technology into Unifreight, Amital’s Supply Chain Management (SCM) system for cargo visibility.

Windward’s models, developed by maritime and AI specialists, are specifically trained to analyse the factors affecting the movement of goods at sea. The integration of the Ocean Freight Visibility (OFV) system into the Unifreight TMS is expected to support customers in making more accurate predictions, reducing uncertainty and allowing users to better prepare for any changes.

OFV offers a Maritime AI Predicted ETA function, a tool utilising large datasets and behavioural models to provide ETA predictions and real-time visibility into container and vessel journeys.

“In today’s volatile supply chain climate, we are seeing an increasing number of TMS and SCM companies stepping up to make their systems more efficient and competitive in line with customers’ expectations to have the benefits of AI included in their systems,” said Ami Daniel, CEO and Co-Founder of Windward.

“This partnership is a representation of Amital’s commitment to excellence and to providing their customers with insights that empower them to conduct business with confidence. We’re excited to be integrating our AI solutions via API to Unifreight creating a new standard of support for the business needs of their customers.”

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