Cargobase Detroit

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Cargobase, the Singapore-based logistics technology platform for enterprise shippers, is establishing a new office in Detroit, which will be the company’s headquarters for the United States and Canada.

Cargobase is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company that aims to make logistics professionals’ lives as simple as possible by bridging the tech gap between shippers and logistics service providers. They have distilled the complex end-to-end process of quoting, tracking, and invoicing freight, into a simple one-stop solution.

“We are excited to call Detroit our home base for our expansion in North America, alongside our office in Mexico,” says Henry Julicher, head of sales U.S. and Canada for Cargobase. “Centered at the intersection of trade between the U.S.A. and Canada, it’s only fitting that a logistics SaaS company would leverage the benefits of the geography and industry landscape available in the region. We see immense potential not only within automotive, but also aerospace, machinery, and battery production, and we recognize the talent and superb quality of life the region offers.”

Cargobase Detroit

The Cargobase platform is designed to simplify logistics flows using real-time data to provide transparency and accountability to its users.  The system was created to fill a gap in today’s Transportation Management System (TMS) landscape, where existing solutions cater mainly to domestic needs within the U.S. or a dominant freight mode.

“Many of the current TMS solutions fall short in terms of versatility and agility that today’s supply chains require to successfully navigate disruptions,” says Wiebe Helder, CEO of Cargobase. “In a saturated digital freight market, the best TMS for your business is one that seamlessly supports your local, regional, or global supply chain flows. While our presence in Detroit may be new, our technology is tested and proven.”

The Cargobase TMS was designed to accommodate all freight modes and as well as be tailored to suit supply chains of diverse complexities.

According to Cargobase, the platform “excels in spot freight automation, consistently delivering an impressive 27 percent in freight cost reduction.” Shippers should also benefit from a swift implementation process of four to six months, which is ahead of the industry standard for Transportation Management Systems.


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