GeoLogistics Completes Installation of Tariff-Trek!

Thursday, January 31, 2002
Freightgate, Inc., announced that GeoLogistics has completed implementation of Freightgate's most recent release of Tariff-Trek!(tm) solution to manage its FCL and LCL contracts. Designed to be the flexible answer to the long-standing problem of ocean carrier service contract management, distribution and organization, Tariff-Trek! replaces countless pages of rates with an interactive, searchable web-enabled solution. The latest release adds increased efficiencies for surcharges, quoting and outport arbitraries. Tariff-Trek! is part of Freightgate's PLTX (Private Logistics Trading eXchange) Suite which provides modular solutions to today's supply chain needs.
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