CargoWise Continues North American Expansion in Canada

Press Release
Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Chicago — CargoWise is continuing its expansion into Canada with the implementation of its  ediEnterprise solution for the Canadian-based C.S World Cargo 2000 Ltd and CAN ASL Inc.

CargoWise’s rapid expansion into the Canadian market is centered on providing solutions specifically tailored to the needs of Logistics Service Providers (LSP’s) in the Canadian marketplace, particularly with regard to customs brokerage.

“CargoWise has had a strong presence in the Canadian market for years through our multinational customers,” said CargoWise VP Business Development Americas Gene Gander. “However, we now have a dedicated presence and are experiencing exceptional growth on the merits of our Canadian-specific functionality. Rather than being an extension of our global customers, we are seeing new business from purely Canadian-focused customers. Much of this recent activity has been due to our Canadian customs product.” 
 

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