QR for Warehouse
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QR for Warehouse

QR for Warehouse

Easily share e-CMR data

QR for Warehouse was launched on 5 September 2019 at the Vos Logistics Expo customer day. More than 600 guests took a look into the distant future on this day. CEO Frank Verhoeven and CFO Ben Vos took the participants to the year 2040.

Self-driving lorries powered by hydrogen were docking at the right place with shippers for a few years already. Full of surprise, people looked back on the year 2019, when paper was still the norm.

Collect + Go launched the QR for Warehouse innovation on this day. With this innovation transporters and shippers are enabled to work paperless in an easy way. Vos Logistics hereby invites its customers to digitise the issuance processes and prepare them for e-CMR.

In collaboration with Transics, a workflow has been defined for truckdrivers in which the delivery process of the shipper within QR for Warehouse fits in seamlessly with the administrative process of Vos Logistics and the driver’s work process. Not with all kinds of different apps and devices, but within the driver’s question path on his TX Flex.

The driver is thus enabled to have his shipments signed off confidentially and safely by warehouse employees. This way of sharing data offers a number of important benefits for shippers and carriers.

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Collect + Go easily connects to your system. With the file transfer method it does not matter in which format the data is delivered. We also have the option of further processing the data for you. With the API delivery we ensure seamless integration into your process.

The Collect + Go platform connects very easily with all systems. Extracting data from your system is simple. We take care of the processing, regardless of the file format.

The Collect + Go platform connects very easily with backend systems. When data is extracted from these systems with the cargo and / or journey data, we will take care of the further processing. No system adjustments are therefore necessary. There is also no hassle with formats.

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e-CMR corridor Netherlands-Poland
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e-CMR corridor Netherlands-Poland

e-CMR corridor Netherlans-Poland

e-CMR Benelux: proeftuin voor e-FTI

The Tilburg (Netherlands) – Rzepin (Poland) e-Joint Corridor was launched on June 13th: one digital delivery process for e-documents for road and train transport. This innovation is the result of a collaboration between Bostik, GVT, Essers, Collect + Go and Logistics Community Brabant (LCB).

With this innovation this freight route becomes even more interesting for shippers and transporters.

Research shows that digitization at the terminal in Tilburg can save one hour in time. If this process is also applied in Poland, the same time savings will be recorded there.

For shippers it also pays off to participate. They save 10 minutes in the issuing process.

The added value of digitizing and linking freight documents across modalities is huge. Traditionally, each individual transportation mode has its own paper freight document. For example, road transport uses the CMR where rail operators need a CIM. To be able to considerably scale up multimodal transport and apply it for large groups of shippers and transporters, it is necessary that the complexity of paperwork is reduced. Reducing paperwork is also good environmental practice. CO2 emissions are reduced when modal shift is made easier for participants.

With the e-JointCorridor on the Tilburg-Rzepin route, the CMR’s of shipper Bostik are automatically digitized from their SAP system into e-CMRs. The data from the e-CMR’s is made available digitally on issuing for carrier GVT, thus enabling them to organise the road and rail transport from the Bostik factory in Oosterhout to the Raben warehouse facility in Poland. The rail terminals in Brabant and Rzepin receive the necessary information to create e-documents for rail and road transport in real time.

The e-CMRs of the individual trucks, intended for the same train, connect seamlessly with the e-CIM. Also in Rzepin, GVT can already prepare the last piece of road transport to the recipient with the e-CMRs. The 24/7 digital availability of freight documents in every step in the chain that speeds up the flow of goods during loading, transfer and unloading. The first findings indicate a saving in lead time of up to 20%.

Effectively, this means that a higher transport frequency can be achieved with the same means of transport. A 20% saving in lead times creates space for one extra train per week! This enormous productivity improvement leads to a further strengthening of the position of multimodal transport compared to traditional road transport.

The e-JointCorridor is offered via the Collect + Go implementation model and platform, complies with all legislation and regulations (government certified) and is made interoperable with other e-CMR providers within the Digi-Transit partnership. The next step is scaling up the e-JointCorridor to other shippers and carriers within these and other freight routes.

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Tipping point: more than 50% of European cross-border road transport is digital now
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Tipping point: more than 50% of European cross-border road transport is digital now

Tipping point: more than 50% of European cross-border road transport is digital now

Poland ratified the e-CMR protocol on 13 June.

This is a tipping point in the EU market. From now on, based on GDP more than 50% of European cross-border road transport can be handled digitally.

The European market for e-CMR is digitising at a rapid pace. With pilots in Germany and the UK, the time is here for shippers and carriers to digitise all paperwork.

Benefits include:

  • time savings for truck drivers and warehouse employees
  • sharing of status messages when cargo is transferred and delivered
  • invoicing of orders on signoff for receipt
  • inspections on the fly
  • no back office handling for LSP’s  in the happy flow

Logistics service providers GVT, Essers and adhesives producer Bostik are the first to use this new digital option on the Tilburg-Rzepin e-Joint Corrridor.

More details: https://treaties.un.org

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Collect + Go easily connects to your system. With the file transfer method it does not matter in which format the data is delivered. We also have the option of further processing the data for you. With the API delivery we ensure seamless integration into your process.

The Collect + Go platform connects very easily with all systems. Extracting data from your system is simple. We take care of the processing, regardless of the file format.

The Collect + Go platform connects very easily with backend systems. When data is extracted from these systems with the cargo and / or journey data, we will take care of the further processing. No system adjustments are therefore necessary. There is also no hassle with formats.

Innovator

Innovators

e-document

handling

digital

world

logistics

logistic

implementation

digitising

paper

process

real

time

insight

status

deliveries

portal

e-signatures

different

scenarios

return

goods

ADR

Cooperation

Store

Distribition

Mercedes benz

Truck

App

e-CMR

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protocol

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Digi-transit

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