MyFreight and Youredi partner

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MyFreight, a global provider of cloud-based SaaS software for Freight Forwarders & NVOCC’s, and Youredi, the leading provider of fully managed data integration services for logistics and the global supply chain, today announced a new partnership.

The partnership calls for Youredi to provide a fully managed data connectivity service for supply chain and logistics messaging. Utilising Youredi’s experience and know-how in the logistics and global supply chain domains, MyFreight can provide its customers with seamless connectivity and reliable real-time data flows directly from their preferred ocean carriers as well as other parties such as airlines, terminals and customs.

Data quality has been a big issue for the industry for years. Many companies are using web scraping services to track their shipments and make bookings through outdated service channels. Relying on Youredi’s connectivity solutions, MyFreight provides the best-in-breed data connectivity service for all its customers helping them increase the efficiency of their operations.

Maarten Bos, co-founder, MyFreight, said: “Slow digitalisation, lack of transparency and a uniform approach to exchange information between actors of the freight forwarding industry (shippers, carriers, terminals, customs, financial institutions, etc.) always were and still are the main blockers for many companies’ efficiency.

MyFreight created SaaS software that helps overcome those challenges and makes global shipping processes faster, more cost-effective and smoother. The partnership with Youredi allows us to provide 100 percent reliable and accurate data for all stakeholders of our solutions and ensure the rapid growth of our platform and its network of connected carriers now and in the future.

“This solution facilitates both better operational processes for our customers as well as best possible end customer experience that is becoming an essential requirement in today’s digitalising world of logistics and the global supply chain.”