The past couple of years have seen some intense action and reflection. The industry has seen a global pandemic, geopolitical tensions, supply chain disruptions, the rise of cryptocurrency, and many other public and private upheavals. “As the dust settles and a clearer picture of the world emerges, we believe we stand at the threshold of great opportunity and growth,” Amar More, CEO of Kale Logistics Solutions, said.
“This year, we are on the cusp of initiating a global wave of transforming airport and port operations. We are working with 46 airports and seven ports globally to create our community platforms, which have the potential to reduce congestion, eliminate unnecessary paperwork, and bring transparency to the supply chain. We are also involved in ground-breaking work connecting cargo communities at two different airports and establishing Sea-Air corridors to facilitate multi-modal cross-border movement,” More added.
“We have grown significantly in the last two years and will further expand our US operations this year. We will also begin some marquee airport community work in Europe in 2023, adding to our existing customer base. We are further developing value-added services to our communities and increasing deep tech intervention use cases of blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and internet of things (IoT) in our platforms. We are on the way to establishing the world’s largest digital logistics cloud-enabled platform for the international supply chain,” the Kale CEO continued
“This year will also see Kale grow its global partnerships with other ecosystem players on complementary offerings. We are proud that we are working towards making the industry and our world much more sustainable by saving hundreds of trees per airport/port annually and reducing CO2 emissions significantly through our platform,” More continued. “We are all set to grow in near triple digits, and we love the excitement!”