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Any carrier, anywhere
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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    First train from China arrives at Barking
    The first container train from China to the UK has arrived at DB Cargo UK’s London terminal in Barking. The train, operated by the InterRail Group, took 18 days to make the 12,000 km journey loaded with textiles and consumer goods – about half the time of transport by sea. The train...
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  • Increasing exports for all but UK
    European SMEs, apart from those in the UK, are increasingly using exports as a way to grow revenue, according to a UPS survey. The UK is an exception because confidence in exporting decreased following the EU referendum. Prior to the Brexit vote results demonstrated that 36 per cent of UK SMEs...
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    Bis Henderson restructures
    Bis Henderson has realigned its four core business units, Recruitment, Consulting, Academy and Space, as part of a plan to create an integrated force to meet the changing needs of the logistics market. New branding highlights the four areas of activity. The business has also redesigned its divisional web sites. Chief executive...
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    Geodis expands UK in-night deliveries
    Geodis UK has expanded its in-night delivery service to another 33 city centre stores in the South of England. The logistics company started in-night deliveries earlier this year for a large fashion retailer in Stirling, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen. Bluewater Shopping Centre. “We are always looking for ways to be a...
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    DHL to deliver vaccines for developing countries
    Deutsche Post DHL Group is to deliver life-saving vaccines in developing countries for Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance. Dr Seth Berkley, CEO of Gavi and Frank Appel, CEO of Deutsche Post DHL For the next three years DHL will aim to create a more efficient vaccine supply chain using its experience in life...
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