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The world’s first truly global TMS

Pantechnik customers have live carrier compliance with over 180 carriers and forwarders worldwide.

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We build global shipping solutions

Our solutions are more than just software. Pantechnik’s platforms provide supply chain visibility for enterprise customers around the world.

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We love complexity

However complex your global supply chain, Pantechnik delivers effective compliance and visibility.

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140,987 packages shipped using

180 carriers to

29 countries

1 day's work for GSA |

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How GSA works

GSA’s integrated shipping solution helps global enterprises to optimise transportation, managing multiple carriers on one platform and offering a complete view of shipping from warehouse to customer.

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DB Schenker:
A Case Study

Niels Troost, Business Development Manager at DB Schenker tells how Pantechnik's solutions have helped DB Schenker to improve processes, reduce costs and offer their client's end-to-end visibility and multi-carrier management.

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Transportation management software delivering business-critical multi-carrier shipping solutions for corporate clients throughout the world.

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  • DfT launches heavier van consultation
    The DfT has launched a consultation on plans to allow heavier vans to be driven on car licences if they are electric or gas powered. The proposal is that the limit for alternative-fuel vehicles that can be driven on a car driving licence should be increased from 3,500kg to 4,250kg....
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    Source: Logistics Newsroom (EN)
  • Amazon to open robotic fulfilment centre at Bristol
    Amazon is to open a new Bristol fulfilment centre next year. The new site, which will be fitted out with the retailer’s robotics technology, is to generate 1,000 new jobs. “We are very excited to expand our network into Bristol, which will in total create more than 1,000 new permanent...
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    Amazon to open robotic fulfilment centre at Bristol
    Amazon is to open a new Bristol fulfilment centre next year. The new site, which will be fitted out with the retailer’s robotics technology, is to generate 1,000 new jobs. “We are very excited to expand our network into Bristol, which will in total create more than 1,000 new permanent roles...
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    Source: Logistics Manager
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    Glatfelter awards contract to Downton
    CM Downton has won a contract renewal with specialty papers supplier Glatfelter. The logistics business currently handles all aspects of Glatfelter’s operations under separate contracts. This includes: warehousing of raw materials coming from the Far East, supplying these materials on an in-bound, just-in-time basis to Glatfelter’s UK manufacturing plants, all finished...
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    Source: Logistics Manager
  • Global labour shortage could worsen
    The shortage of logistics-related labour is a global problem that will either remain the same or worsen over the next five years, according to a new survey by The World Bank, which calls for a major expansion of training and skills development initiatives in developing countries. The new study, authored by...
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    Source: Logistics Manager
  • DfT launches heavier van consultation
    The DfT has launched a consultation on plans to allow heavier vans to be driven on car licences if they are electric or gas powered. The proposal is that the limit for alternative-fuel vehicles that can be driven on a car driving licence should be increased from 3,500kg to 4,250kg. This would...
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    Source: Logistics Manager

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