Kale Logistics launches e-DO for maritime industry to keep business moving
Ensuring business continuity for the logistics industry, Kale Logistics Solutions (Kale) is now facilitating specially curated e-DO.
May 13, 2020: Ensuring business continuity for the logistics industry, Kale Logistics Solutions (Kale) is now facilitating specially curated Electronic-Delivery Order (e-DO) solutions for maritime logistics, after PING e-Services which was recently launched for air cargo. The move is in a continued effort to support the industry during the Covid-19 pandemic.
e-DO is a state-of-the-art digital service facilitated by Kale to remove the burden of administrative tasks and facilitate e-DO (creation and filing) without any hassles. Kale's e-DO platform has the capability to issue master and house delivery orders for multiple shipping lines. Also, it can facilitate re-validation of soon to expire delivery order by auto-calculating the charges to be paid.
Kale is offering a free trial of e-DO service in order to support shipping lines and freight forwarders to continue with their business operations during these trying times. Also, no upfront investment is required to begin using this service. Right from enabling remote working to automated handling and ensuring data accuracy e-DO offers robust solutions for business continuity despite the ongoing crisis. Most notably, e-DO services are specifically built to ensure digital security compliance. Therefore, they are secured from phishing attacks, and online payments are done through safe payment gateways.
Emphasising on the e-DO service initiative, Vineet Malhotra, director of Kale Logistics Solutions said, "We stand by the industry during these tough times and would like to offer these business continuity services to the shipping lines and freight forwarders. At times like these, there is limited cash flow in the market as well as a demand slump. Therefore, we are offering a completely cloud-hosted, outcome-based service model with zero upfront investment. These cloud-enabled services reduce the risk of Covid-19 spread with paper touchpoints. We are experiencing a tremendous demand for e-DO services which are so pertinent in these pandemic times."