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17/11/2023Streamlined daily operation with e-CMR AGC Glass, a division of AGC Group, is one of the leading glass manufacturers in construction. Their glass panes are distributed all over the world to their customers. The European logistic process was digitized recently with Collect + Go’s e-CMR solution. Container carrier De Block from Evergem played an important role in this digital transition.  AGC’s ambition was to streamline the daily operation in a paperless flow. One of their customers already applied e-CMR since 2019. During the Covid pandemic, this new way of working proved its value. It was very easy to switch over to a QR code signoff process in which social distancing was applied. For AGC’s logistics team this was the first stepping stone in digitization of the logistics operation.  For Gauthier Bouchez, project manager AGC Glass, the e-CMR process brings a lot of value to the business: “Collect + Go delivers flexible scenarios in handling the e-CMR. When we initiated the project we thought that the goods issuing from our SAP system would be the starting point for e-CMR. It turned out that the process actually started at carrier De Block. They had a legal obligation to issue a paper CMR for the empty container leg. With Collect + Go’s flexible scenario handling we were able to combine two paper CMR’s into one digital e-CMR flow. With this real time process we have full visibility on our shipments now.”    3 months implementation This new way of working was delivered by the implementation team during the summer. Bouchez: “Collect + Go was selected via our RFI/RFP process. Their proven track record with one of our customers and their government certification and technical capabilities were important in our assessment. The project team started just before the summer. We went live mid-September. The integration with our SAP system was made via an API connection. De Block chose to integrate their planning and execution process in parallel. These preparations proved their value in the go live. This went smoothly and for the full 100% for container transport.”  Data security and compliance Data security and legal compliance was, next to sustainability, vital to us. Bouchez: “We deliver goods to the Antwerp harbor. One of Collect + Go’s specializations is to link the e-CMR process to gate in / gate out processes. They already integrate with partners that add extra security to the pickup and delivery of containers at the terminals. The e-CMR accreditation by the Benelux governments provides the necessary legal compliancy. The ISO27001 certification safeguards us on data security.    Further rollout Because e-CMR delivers important benefits for AGC Glass we are committed to further rollout to our other main carriers. Bouchez: “e-CMR is also of value to them. It eliminates a lot of hassle in the daily operation and provides real time visibility. Our next step is to apply on the other streams too.” […]
08/11/2023AI integration for e-CMR AI integration container- and sealrecognition On October 24, Sentors, Pharox and Collect + Go launched the first AI integration for e-CMR during the final DDSZ event at VDL Steelweld in Breda. During this event, interested parties could experience how drivers can automatically create e-CMRs from their daily work process when they take photos of container and seal numbers. These photos provide additional information in the context of visibility and transparency in the supply chain. Another advantage of this way of working is that it provides more flexibility in handling by drivers. It is not always known in advance which container is being transported. Only after arriving at the location the driver will be told which container is ready to go. A flow in which documentation is built up based on user activities was therefore desirable. The application of AI technologies, in addition to existing OCR techniques, offers new opportunities to organize processes differently. Intermodal Container Transport Venlo (CTV) is the first to apply this innovation when drivers pick up an export container for their customers. This will build up the first data to train the model for recognizing seal and container numbers. The first datasets for containers and seal numbers have already been processed within the AI application.   Availability We developed this integration in collaboration with Sentors and Pharox within Digital Data Square South Netherlands (DDSZ).                                            […]
26/09/2022Automatic linking of eCMR at pickup and return of containers That’s what we do with the Cargocard integration. More than 27,000 drivers are already in possession of the Cargocard issued by Secure Logistics. They need this card to pick up or return containers at/to the port. After (biometric) verification of their identity, they get access to the terminal premises for loading or unloading. From that moment on, the renewed e-CMR flow starts. A number of additional checks are immediately performed in the background. After pick up or return of the container, the driver swipes his card on exit of the terminal or card reader at the counter at the customer. At that time, various signatures are placed on the e-CMR. The driver also immediately receives the e-CMRs by e-mail. This is necessary on inspection. This new way of working was introduced in September at Combi Terminal Twente (CTT) in Hengelo. Drivers who pass the gate after loading, automatically receive their e-CMR. When unloading, CTT’s customers sign for receipt within the Modality Truck app. Modality has expanded its system for this with a link to our e-CMR solution. This integration is also available for transporters that operate ZF Transics (TX Flex and Solo). The use of the e-CMR is a good example of optimization and digitization within the supply chain and offers the following benefits: Extra security via identification of driver and company credentials Instant access to signed documents More efficiency and convenience for the driver Less risk of errors, delays and loss of documents Invoicing immediately after delivery A more sustainable solution compared to the paper version Please fill in the form below if you want to know more about. We will then send you an invitation for an online consultation. […]
17/06/2022Data protection eCMR ISO27001: 2017 On June 16, KIWA awarded the ISO27001:2017 certificate to Collect + Go. This allows our customers to always rely on the highest standards in business operations and information security. Highlights:    guaranteeing secure information facilities; protecting critical processes; protecting and correctly processing personal data; responding adequately to incidents; achieving information security awareness among employees and other stakeholders; integrating information security & privacy into daily practice; In addition to this certification, the Collect + Go platform is also certified for the e-CMR protocol. […]
14/06/2022e-CMR HUB: data exchange between e-CMR providers e-CMR providers Cargoledger, Collect + Go, Logistiek Zonder Papier and Pionira are working together on a generic open API structure to handle each other’s e-CMRs. They do this with the e-CMR HUB within I4TRUST. By adding Fiware and iSHARE technology in the mutual cooperation, we make it possible to recognize and further process each other’s transactions. A user within one platform can then sign an e-CMR on the other platform. In addition to this function, an inspection process is also being worked on. Consortium member 51BIZ from Luxembourg shares knowledge in the field of inspection by public authorities.    On May 12, we presented this setup to the Benelux governments and other e-CMR providers within the e-CMR Benelux working group. There, this initiative was positively received. It was also suggested that this initiative be given a place within Basic Data Infrastructure (BDI), an initiative within Rijkswaterstaat. Funding is made available from the EU to develop and integrate these compatibility functions into the solutions of the participating consortium members. […]
05/04/2022electronic consignment note OR E-cmr can be applied in Germany as of todaY. A number of our customers immediately put their money where their mouth is by activating eCMR for logistics flows from Germany to the Netherlands and vice versa. Germany accounts for 50% of all cross border road transportation in the EU. The adoption of the digital consignment note is now raised to above 90% on all cross border road transports.    Thorough preparation for introduction of digital consignment note It is expected that this new way of working can be introduced silently. The German federal states were involved prior to the ratification of the e-CMR legislation. After ratification on September 17, 2021 by the German parliament, the government has taken the time to work out the implementation. Would you also like to put it to the test and get started with e-CMR? Schedule an online appointment by filling in the form below. eCMR now available in 31 countries The digital consignment note can now be used in 31 countries. On the map below you will find an overview of the countries in and around Europe where you can work with electronic waybills. More information: Ratification of eCMR by Germany:  Publication 17th September 2021 List ratificaties […]
20/03/2022https://youtu.be/MscqrKcjjX8 This item about e-CMR in RTL Transportwereld shows how e-CMR works in practice. Math Heetkamp (logistics manager) is enthusiastic about the advantages of e-CMR and explains how Scheuten Glass benefits from this in the logistics operation. Hans Togtema (CEO Collect + Go) shares how e-CMR HUB works in practice and how the exchange of data between e-CMR providers is organized. Thus enabling a process where truck drivers do not need all kinds of different apps for their administration. […]
02/03/2022e-CMR HUB. That is the name of the dataspace where e-CMR providers can exchange data to handle each other’s e-CMRs. Collect + Go, Cargoledger, Logistiek Zonder Papier and Pionira work together in this dataspace on e-CMR compatibility. Our goal is to make APIs available that make it possible to sign off each other’s e-CMRs. In practice, we are already doing this with Pionira. A major Belgian brewer issues e-CMRs on Pionira’s Xynaps platform. Drivers process these e-CMRs further with Collect + Go in their familiar Transics workflow. We are now developing this platform-to-platform integration into a generic function within the Data Innovation Hub ‘Smart Connected Supplier Network‘ in Eindhoven. Funds from the European Union have been made available to the e-CMR HUB Consortium to develop two generic components: – e-CMR Transaction clearance service. This API will ensure that e-CMR providers can sign transactions with each other. – e-CMR Inspection service. With this API we provide a common access point for on-the-go checks. This initiative is supported by the I4TRUST organization. They provide the tools and resources for effective and confidential data exchange (including Fiware, iSHARE, Fundingbox). Would you like to receive a more detailed description of this initiative? Then fill in the contact form below. […]
14/01/2022For cross-border transport of containers, it is required to carry a consignment not or CMR waybill. This consignment note must be present at all times with the shipment. During transport, this document can be transferred, checked or edited at various times (see picture below). For a number of years it has been possible to replace the paper version with e-CMR, the digital equivalent of the CMR. The Benelux authorities have certified various parties to digitize the waybill process. These parties thus comply with all legal requirements as set out in the e-CMR protocol. e-CMR can now be used in 31 countries. Since the use of e-CMR will also be permitted in Germany from April 2022, the map for e-CMR is almost completely green in Europe. Output The e-CMR has now been put into use in a number of places. As a result, concrete and measurable results are available, including – but not limited to – the following: Reduction of transaction costs Thousands of lorries pick up and return containers at the terminals every day. It is estimated that the total transaction costs of the paper CMR are on average € 4.50 per transaction. By applying the E-CMR, these transaction costs within the chain are reduced by 90%. Transporters, terminals and shipping companies see returns increase due to faster transaction processing. Availability of information The transport sector is attractive for serious crime such as human and drug smuggling or theft of valuable goods. Digital availability of information ensures that the government’s insight into the logistics process is increased. The benefits of this include: Limiting damage through early identification of various forms of fraud Exception check is possible The control process can partly take place outside the terminal Next step Thanks to the digitization of the consignment note, there are opportunities for further innovation to improve the logistics process. Partnerships can solve specific challenges, such as data distribution in the chain. Instead of making all information available to all parties involved, it offers opportunities to share relevant information in a fully targeted manner. This benefits efficiency but above all safety. Pin codes with which containers are released are known in many places in the chain. Smart solutions between information systems can make this a lot safer. Think of a link between the driver card from the on-board computer, the aforementioned system and the access management system, whereby the driver does not have to enter the pin code, but can pick up ‘his’ container through biometric verification. Would you like to know more about the advantages and possibilities of the e-CMR in combination with biometric verification? Please fill out the contact form below. […]
09/11/2021Partnership Transics and Collect + Go During the ICT&Logistics fair on 10 and 11 November, Transics and Collect + Go will launch their partnership for e-CMR. More than 800 transporters in the EU can now easily activate the e-CMR process in  their supply chain. Consignment notes are processed automatically based on the activities of the drivers in their daily workflow. This decreases the handling time at pickup and delivery. The return goods administration and registration of waiting times is also made available for the e-CMR. Do you want to know more about this partnership? Register via the link below for one of the knowledge sessions in Theater 6 on November 10 at 3:00 PM or Thursday November 11 at 12:15 PM. Together with Gerdrik Pongers (country leader Transics) we present more backgrounds to this innovation. https://www.ict-en-logistiek.nl/nl/programma/  You can  also visit us in Hall 1 Stand 01.E035 or Stand 01.D032 (Transics). […]
11/10/2021e-CMR to be applied from February 2022 We received an update on the application of e-CMR in Germany via the Bundesministerium der Justiz und für Verbraucherschutz. This update shows that e-CMR can be used from February 2022. Accession Process The legislation on e-CMR was published on 17 September. The accession itself has not yet taken place. This formal accession process is expected to be completed by the end of October or during November. A transition period of 90 days from the declaration of membership is expected. For Germany, this currently means that e-CMR will enter into force at the end of January or February 2022. No additional national regulations apply Germany has adopted the e-CMR protocol, as it is also used in the 30 other countries that have previously ratified. No additional national regulations apply. The project of the German Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics shows what a technical solution could look like. Supply chain parties are not obliged to use the software developed by the Fraunhofer Institute. […]
17/09/2021e-CMR in Germany On September 17, 2021, the German parliament ratified the e-CMR protocol. This means that e-CMR can now also be used in Germany. Since Germany accounts for almost half of all cross-border transports, this greatly accelerates the adoption and application of e-CMR. In this article we share more details, including the latest status for ratifications. e-CMR can be applied in 31 countries now. Can I start right away? On Friday 17 September, the draft law was approved by the German Federal Council. The official approval and implementation in the German Bundestag is expected soon. This is a formality. Due to the upcoming Bundestag elections on Sunday 26 September, this official ratification may be slightly delayed. This does not alter the fact that the Bundestag decision paves the way for the official use of the digital consignment note in Germany. Thorough preparation and elaboration The Bundesministerium der Justiz und für Verbraucherschutz prepared the e-CMR legislation before it was submitted to the Bundestag (the German parliament). Based on the e-CMR protocol, a thorough analysis has been made of the legal articles and their interpretation for application by companies. Here you will find, for example, instructions for the application of a secure signature. This legislation has been coordinated with the federal states and employers’ organizations before submission. As a result, there is broad support and the e-CMR protocol can be applied nationally. Latest status e-CMR ratifications Below you will find a map with the latest status for e-CMR ratifications. The e-CMR protocol was ratified by 30 countries worldwide and can be applied throughout Europe and neighboring countries. Source: treaties UN […]
02/06/2021e-CMR on the rise among shippers and transporters Figures from Dutch government organization NIWO show that the use of e-CMR quadrupled in 2020 in the Benelux. This means that digital goods issuance is on the rise among shippers and transporters. Based on our experience, and in partnership with The Rookie Minds we created the publication ‘8 Insights for digitizing goods issuance’. With the best practices in this publication we help companies to reduce administrative costs and improve the quality of the issuance process. Below you will find 4 recommendations: 1) Companies that certify their goods issuing process save money and improve the quality of their operation. 2) With digital goods issuance you take data security to a higher level. 3) More than 50% of all transports within the EU can already be handled paperless. Now is a good time to open up the digital issuing desk. 4) Trucks will no longer have to be stopped for inspection. Invest now in a data export function within your ERP or TMS system to enable ‘on the fly’ inspections. Curious what the other 4 best practices are? Fill in the form below and we will share the full publication. […]
20/04/2021The e-CMR Academy was launched at the beginning of April. This program is specially designed to enable organizations to apply e-CMR within a few hours, after setup. Core users are trained in an online ‘Train-the-Trainer’ session to work with e-CMR. Keynotes: Explanation about e-CMR and the changes in the process Explanation e-CMR application and core functions within Collect + Go, e.g. data management of organizations, users and roles and the application of secure e-signing processes Handling e-CMRs, the “happy flow” Exceptions handling After completing the Train-the-Trainer session, 5 online coaching sessions of 20 minutes are planned in the first week in which e-CMR is applied in the workplace. During these sessions, it is discussed how the implementation is progressing and where adjustments are needed. The first shippers and carriers have now participated in the e-CMR Academy. […]
10/04/2021Quooker is the first to test Freemium eCMR Two weeks ago Quooker started using Collect + Go via the Freemium model. This Freemium model has been developed together with Logistics Community Brabant to enable companies to get started with e-CMR in an accessible way. Quooker has used the opportunity to implement this new way of working through the Train-the-Trainer program. This program is designed to train logistics professionals within 4 hours to apply e-CMR in the operation. Want to start with Freemium? Do you also want to start with Freemium? Register your company via the button below. Start with Freemium […]
16/03/2021The Benelux authorities have given a positive advice for the use of the interoperability function of Collect + Go. With this function it is possible to process e-CMRs from other e-CMR providers. The NIWO organisation (part of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management) reviewed Collect + Go’s software changes for interoperability against the applicable legislation and regulations for the e-CMR protocol. This audit has shown that the exchange of data is in line with the requirements for checks en route, application of secure signatures and information sharing. Based on this positive assessment, this function can therefore be applied within goods issue and receipt processes. Collect + Go works together with other e-CMR providers within the open partnership Digi-Transit. Within this collaboration, the integration has been set up to share e-signing processes with each other. Truck drivers and warehouse workers who work with Collect + Go can sign the e-CMRs from other providers within their familiar process. Under the hood, the data is exchanged, so that ‘interoperable’ e-CMRs can be processed further. The signature of our users is therefore also valid for e-signing on other e-CMR platforms. […]
27/02/2021With the launch of our winter release, the 1-2-3 architecture has been introduced to handle an e-CMR from someone else. Vrumona is the first to use this new feature. They have developed their own app for domestic transport. This app is used in retail and out of home. In the retail scenario, the consignment note is signed by the driver in Bunnik. This is done within the Vrumona app. Retailers can now securely sign this domestic consignment note with an advanced  signature on goods receipt via Collect + Go. This advanced signature is then shared with Vrumona, thus completing the consignment note. With this technological innovation it is now possible to handle a digital consignment note from someone else. With this innovation, Collect + Go is the first to be able to put 1, 2 or 3 signatures on a digital consignment note. Work is currently being done on scenarios that make it possible to apply this interoperability with other e-CMR providers, so that this process can also be applied in cross border transport. […]
23/02/2021The integration with the DESADV message has been made for a number of customers. It is now possible to create the e-CMR based on the DESADV data that is already available. This electronic packing slip is reused to create the e-CMR and prepare it for the driver. He then picks it up in his work process and processes it further. This makes Collect + Go the first e-CMR provider with DESADV integration. The DESADV message is widely used in retail distribution.Endpoints and integrations are available, enabling manufacturers and logistics service providers to use their own work process for issuing and handling without system changes. For example, they can continue to work with apps or workflows that are already in use. When goods are received, the process is set up in such a way that digital consignment notes from other parties can also be signed. […]
27/11/2019e-Signing for warehouse | Sharing of authentications within Digi-Transit Sharing of authentications in e-CMR There is a lot of paper hassle in logistics. 99% of all cross-border road transports are accompanied by paper waybills / CMRs, a legal requirement. The typical process is that waybills are printed out in the warehouses of shippers or carriers and handed over to truck drivers. Pionira and Collect + Go are both experts in digitizing this process. With their accreditation by the Benelux governments to create e-CMRs, they offer companies such as Vos Logistics, Stora Enso, Leen Bakker, Scheuten Glas, Molenbergnatie and Eutraco a digital solution compliant with e-CMR legislation. One of the important barriers to implement the e-CMR process is the acceptance of digital signing processes by warehouse employees. Different e-CMR providers all use their own way of authenticating users within their signing processes. 5 e-CMR providers already work together on datasharing and interoperability in Digi-Transit (www.digi-transit.eu). In the beginning of 2019, Pionira from Zeebrugge and Collect + Go from ‘s-Hertogenbosch took the initiative to set up this open partnership. To further implement this collaboration, they are now launching a blockchain solution to share ID authentications, making it easier for shippers and LSP’s to digitize their signing processes. The essence is that a verification on one platform is shared with the other platform. For example, when a warehouse employee signs an incoming transaction within Pionira and an outgoing via Collect + Go, he can use the same authentication in signing. The warehouse employee only has to be registered once as a user within one of the respective platforms. The blockchain controls the rest via the “green tick”. Pionira and Collect + Go will work together in the coming months to make an initial setup via the blockchain (prototype). Once operational, this setup is shared with the other participants within Digi-Transit. Hans Togtema (CEO Collect + Go): “Good use cases in blockchain are rare, I think we have one. By sharing our authentications in a smart way with other e-CMR providers, we make it easy for shippers and LSP’s to work on e-CMR. The investment in a digital signing process pays off immediately. ” Barry van Leuven (CEO Pionira): “We are committed to mutual cooperation in Digi-Transit. This fits very well in with dynamics in the European market. The mutual sharing of data with the government and between platforms in a uniform manner is essential. Interoperability is the way forward in this. Leen Bakker digitizes store distribution with Mercedes-Benz Truck App Portal and Collect + Go Leen Bakker digitizes store distribution with Mercedes-Benz Truck App Portal and Collect + Go Store… e-CMR protocol ratified by Portugal Portugal ratified the e-CMR protocol on 26th September 2019. This brings the number of ‘digital’… Stay informed of our new innovations […]
14/10/2019Leen Bakker digitizes store distribution with Mercedes-Benz Truck App Portal and Collect + Go Store distribution Leen Bakker via Mercedes-Benz Truck App Portal and Collect + Go Jan Hamers (Logistics supervisor) had been looking forward to it for months: the delivery of the new Actros Mercedes trucks. These trucks are not only better for the environment, they are also ideal for handling driver tasks. One of these tasks is the handling of orders in store distribution. Mercedes ensures that Leen Bakker always leads the way with the best apps for their truck drivers. These apps are supplied as standard via the Mercedes-Benz app store, released earlier this year. Every new truck leaving the factory is now equipped with best in class apps for truck drivers. One of the apps now available for truck drivers is the Collect + Go app for handling e-CMR’s. As a result, Leen Bakker can now easily take the step to fully digitize store distribution. Orders are prepared as e-CMR for truck drivers from the WMS / TMS system. They sign their assigments in the truck on the Collect + Go app before they leave the distribution center in Raamsdonksveer. That is the only administrative act that they have to do! Jan Hamers: “This way of handling is perfect for us. Truck drivers have no administration anymore, that makes them happy. It also saves a lot of time in planning. Everything is digital and we have real-time insight into the status of the shipments. Collect + Go provides the certified e-CMR process in this. With the combination Mercedes Benz and Collect + Go we are sure that everything runs smoothly. In the coming months we will implement this new way of working within our branches. ” The new Actros Trucks: inside mirrors leads to 2% saving on fuel The new Actros trucks are equipped with new camera technology. With this camera technology the outside mirrors have been removed. These mirrors are now inside the truck. The improved aerodynamics of the truck leads to 2% less fuel consumption. In the video below you can see how these new mirrors perform. e-CMR de komende 5 jaar toe te passen in de gehele Benelux De verkeersministers van België, Luxemburg en Nederland hebben onlangs besloten de mogelijkheid om e-CMR toe… Nu beschikbaar voor meer dan 150.000 chauffeurs In samenwerking met Transics hebben we een geïntegreerde boordcomputer afhandeling voor de digitale vrachtbrief ontwikkeld.… iSHARE Inside iSHARE is een initiatief van de Topsector Logistiek. Tientallen publieke en private partijen uit de… Blijf op de hoogte van onze nieuwe innovaties […]
08/10/2019e-CMR protocol ratified by Portugal Portugal ratified the e-CMR protocol on 26th September 2019. This brings the number of ‘digital’ e-CMR countries to 23. The Iberian Peninsula is now completely digital for cross-border data exchange to other countries within the EU. Europe is further opening up for the digitization of cross-border road transport. On the map is shown in which countries e-CMR can be applied. Nu beschikbaar voor meer dan 150.000 chauffeurs In samenwerking met Transics hebben we een geïntegreerde boordcomputer afhandeling voor de digitale vrachtbrief ontwikkeld.… Stay informed of our new innovations 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 ecmr e cmr protocol ratified warehouse Digi-transit Drivers Driver WMS / TMS system Administrative Implementation Simple Affordable Flexible Connects File Transfer Method API Delivery FTP API Company Users Data Environment QR code Pin code On-board Computer collect and go collect&go collect & go collectgo mrn brexit ecmr e cmr app colect collect digital cmr load cargo systems file format system links supply chain partners assignments dashboard signatures goods trace track sign on glass covid proof warehouse complex scenarios packaging ERP system ADR Transport Digital Electronic Documents Cooperation DIGI Transit Technology Innovation Process Paper […]
07/09/2019QR 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. Nu beschikbaar voor meer dan 150.000 chauffeurs In samenwerking met Transics hebben we een geïntegreerde boordcomputer afhandeling voor de digitale vrachtbrief ontwikkeld.… iSHARE Inside iSHARE is een initiatief van de Topsector Logistiek. Tientallen publieke en private partijen uit de… Stay informed of our new innovations 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 ecmr e cmr protocol ratified warehouse Digi-transit Drivers Driver WMS / TMS system Administrative Implementation Simple Affordable Flexible Connects File Transfer Method API Delivery FTP API Company Users Data Environment QR code Pin code On-board Computer collect and go collect&go collect & go collectgo mrn brexit ecmr e cmr app colect collect digital cmr load cargo systems file format system links supply chain partners assignments dashboard signatures goods trace track sign on glass covid proof warehouse complex scenarios packaging ERP system ADR Transport Digital Electronic Documents Cooperation DIGI Transit Technology Innovation Process Paper Ishare […]
15/06/2019e-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. Nu beschikbaar voor meer dan 150.000 chauffeurs In samenwerking met Transics hebben we een geïntegreerde boordcomputer afhandeling voor de digitale vrachtbrief ontwikkeld.… iSHARE Inside iSHARE is een initiatief van de Topsector Logistiek. Tientallen publieke en private partijen uit de… e-CMR voor ADR goederen Het is nu ook mogelijk om het vervoer van ADR goederen 100% digitaal af te… e-CMR: de laatste status Grensoverschrijdend digitaliseren in de EU is voor veel verladers en transporteurs een uitdaging. De wet-… Stay informed of our new innovations […]
14/06/2019Tipping 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 Nu beschikbaar voor meer dan 150.000 chauffeurs In samenwerking met Transics hebben we een geïntegreerde boordcomputer afhandeling voor de digitale vrachtbrief ontwikkeld.… iSHARE Inside iSHARE is een initiatief van de Topsector Logistiek. Tientallen publieke en private partijen uit de… Stay informed of our new innovations 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 ecmr e cmr protocol ratified warehouse Digi-transit Drivers Driver WMS / TMS system Administrative Implementation Simple Affordable Flexible Connects File Transfer Method API Delivery FTP API Company Users Data Environment QR code Pin code On-board Computer collect and go collect&go collect & go collectgo mrn brexit ecmr e cmr app colect collect digital cmr load cargo systems file format system links supply chain partners assignments dashboard signatures goods trace track sign on glass covid proof warehouse complex scenarios packaging ERP system ADR Transport Digital Electronic Documents Cooperation DIGI Transit Technology Innovation Process Paper […]

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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.

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