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The world’s first truly global TMS

Pantechnik customers have live carrier compliance with over 180 carriers and forwarders worldwide.

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We build global shipping solutions

Our solutions are more than just software. Pantechnik’s platforms provide supply chain visibility for enterprise customers around the world.

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We love complexity

However complex your global supply chain, Pantechnik delivers effective compliance and visibility.

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140,987 packages shipped using

180 carriers to

29 countries

1 day's work for GSA |

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How GSA works

GSA’s integrated shipping solution helps global enterprises to optimise transportation, managing multiple carriers on one platform and offering a complete view of shipping from warehouse to customer.

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DB Schenker:
A Case Study

Niels Troost, Business Development Manager at DB Schenker tells how Pantechnik's solutions have helped DB Schenker to improve processes, reduce costs and offer their client's end-to-end visibility and multi-carrier management.

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Transportation management software delivering business-critical multi-carrier shipping solutions for corporate clients throughout the world.

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  • AAR reports annual U.S. carload and intermodal gains for week ending June 17
    Rail carloads increased 6.2% at 266,402, and intermodal container and trailer volume increased 4.3% to 276,777....
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  • Baltic Index Gains on Stronger Rates for Panamax, Smaller Vessels
    The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, tracking rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, rose for second consecutive session on Friday supported by stronger rates for panamax and smaller vessels. The overall index, which considers rates for capesize…...
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    Source: Logistics Newsroom (EN)
  • Royal Mail in talks on Mount Pleasant sale
    Royal Mail is in discussions regarding the possible sale of part of its huge Mount Pleasant sorting office near Kings Cross in central London. There has been press speculation that it could raise as much as £200 million by selling part of the site. In a statement, the company said: “The discussions are on-going and there...
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    Source: Logistics Manager
  • Queen’s speech was a ‘missed opportunity’
    Both the CILT and FTA have criticised Theresa May’s Queen’s speech for missing out vital issues for the industry. The CILT said that although it welcomed the commitment to bringing forward further legislation on HS2, it is concerned that there was no mention of Crossrail 2 in the speech. Policy chief Daniel...
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    Source: Logistics Manager
  • Advanced Supply Chain invests £5.7m in fleet
    Advanced Supply Chain Group has invested £5.7 million in its fleet. The business now has 56 new Mercedes Benz Actros 6×2 tractor units. “From an operational perspective, efficiency and reliability is always a key focus and maintaining a modern fleet is a central part of meeting our business goals,” said chief...
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    Barber becomes Transaid chief
    Transaid has appointed Caroline Barber to take over as chief executive from 1st August, replacing Gary Forster who is stepping down. Caroline Barber. Barber joined Transaid full time in 2008 and since 2011 she has been head of programmes managing a portfolio of projects in sub-Saharan Africa – primarily focused around rural...
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    Source: Logistics Manager

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