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project44 expands operations in Europe with a new Paris office

Author : Saipriya Iyer | Published Date : 2019-12-04 

Leading advanced visibility provider project44 recently announced the launch of its second European office, located in Paris. Sources close to the matter stated that the new location will enable project44 to provide better customer service in Europe.

The company has evidently designed the industry’s state-of-the-art fully automated carrier onboarding platform, which connects the European Truckload carriers to its Advanced Visibility Platform. 

Reportedly, the new office will be overseen by Renaud Houri, Senior Vice President of EMEA at project44. Commenting on the development, Jett McCandless, project44 Founder and CEO stated that the company is thrilled to include Renaud to lead the company’s expansion plan across Europe.

McCandless added that various international companies are upgrading their supply chain processes which require high-fidelity and real-time insights to meet the growing customer demand.

For the record, project44 is a leading advanced visibility provider for shippers and third-party logistics firms. The company connects, automates and offers visibility to major transportation services to shorten corrective measures and to accelerate the scope of vision. project44 supports all types of shipping and transportation modes by having significant coverage for telematics devices and ELD which helps in connecting to various carriers across the globe.

project44 has built the largest network for visibility, which is available in up to 48 countries, following the purchase of Gatehouse Logistics in 2018. The company has also integrated its network with more than 600 telematics providers and made 8.5 million vehicle connections across the globe.

Renaud mentioned in a statement that although various supply chain companies operate internationally, its crucial to understand the limitations of local markets in order to reduce costs and streamline operations.

In addition to project44’s offices in France and Denmark, the company notably has local teams in Netherlands, Germany, Spain and Italy. These local teams can account for the unique capabilities for regional logistics operations. They apparently offer enhanced customer support by providing material and documentations in up to 13 languages.


Source Credits – https://www.afp.com/en/news/1314/project44-opens-paris-office-accelerate-european-expansion-201912030061111

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