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Shipz Inc shows why collaboration is the future as it announces new strategic partners.

Shipz Inc shows why collaboration is the future as it announces new strategic partners.

Shipz Inc today announces partnerships with leading industry names, CLAMs, Xeneta and PayCargo, as it looks to further strengthen its offering.

Driven by her commitment to innovation and collaboration, Shipz Co-Founder and CEO Sarah Barnes-Humphrey has sought out key strategic partners who share her vision of simplifying supply chains and creating accessible, cost-effective and hassle-free logistics solutions.

Created by top lawyer Alison Cusack, CLAMs is a unique chatbot designed to streamline and triage cargo claims. By working on a per ocean bill basis, and through simplifying the collection of required cargo claim information, it can provide users with a traffic light assessment on each claim, reducing the time that importers, exporters and forwarders alike spend on unnecessary claims.

Alison explains: “Working as a principal lawyer in the maritime industry, you can’t even imagine how many hours, and dollars, I’ve seen wasted on unnecessary or inaccurate claims. I developed CLAMs to make much-needed efficiencies, and when I was looking for a partner to implement it, Shipz was my first choice. Its commitment to helping to create effective and successful supply chains really stood out to me. I’m proud to partner with Shipz exclusively, making it the first in the industry to utilise this solution.”

Shipz’ second new partner, Xeneta, is a leading freight rate benchmarking and market analytics platform that provides the world’s largest dataset of real-time and on-demand ocean and air freight rates.

“Helping to digitize the logistics and shipping industries is the core vision of Xeneta. We’re thrilled to collaborate with forward-thinking companies like Shipz and offer shippers on-demand rate data that will enable them to make more informed decisions.”

PayCargo completes the trio of industry partners. The number one online platform for cargo payments allows businesses to move cargo faster and reduce payment costs. With over 3,000 vendors in their network, PayCargo offers a more secure and efficient way to reduce the costs associated with payment processing and to eliminate the traditional resource-intensive system of requesting, printing, mailing and delivering checks, wire transfers or cash.

Sarah Barnes-Humphrey explains: “I truly believe that collaboration is the future of business, and these exciting new partnerships show what can be achieved when you innovate and work together. I have big plans for the Shipz platform and by integrating CLAMs, Xeneta and PayCargo technology into the platform, we’re even better positioned to offer market-leading solutions.”

From quick and accurate quotes, selecting the right partners that fit your business to secure goods storage, shippers and forwarders will see a variety of benefits by connecting with the Shipz platform. The brainchild of logistician turned supply chain marketer and tech CEO, Sarah Barnes-Humphrey and industry expert, Co-Founder John Joe, Shipz Inc brings all their experience, knowledge, and passion into one essential platform for the supply chain industry.

For more information, visit: www.shipz.com or email us at info@shipz.com

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