ESP Logistics Technology to integrate Spire data for supply chain management

ESP Logistics Technology (ESP), a supply chain productivity company, has agreed a new deal with Spire Global for the provision of weather and vessel tracking data, to be used for process optimisation.

Spire will deliver wind data through its weather conditions API and real-time automatic identification system (AIS) data on vessel movements. The AIS data will be used to provide ESP clients with real-time tracking of their ships and estimated times of arrival at their destination based on historical data from ships travelling similar routes.

“At ESP, we are committed to enhancing supply chain efficiency and ensuring our clients’ operations run smoothly,” said Jonathan Rosenthal, CEO of ESP.

“Real-time ship-tracking enables us to proactively manage deliveries, reducing delays and enhancing overall productivity. This collaboration with Spire reinforces our dedication to providing top-notch services and empowers us to make informed decisions in the face of the increasingly complex supply chain.”

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