Supply Chain Logistics Management – Critical to Success of the Logistics Industry

The logistics industry’s supply chain is disjointed and siloed; assimilating processes and data, along with standardizing and automating key procedures presents an attractive value proposition. The next level of growth for the industry will likely be powered by supply chain logistics management software and necessarily include the development of cross-border paperless trade systems.


There is a lot to gain from Digitalisation, for all stakeholders of the logistics end-to-end value chain. Data-driven decision making enables the entire value chain to access data required to optimise process efficiencies. In the process of Digitalisation for the logistics industry, this software solution is critical to the success of this mammoth task.


At Kale Logistics Solutions, we are passionate about empowering the stakeholders across the logistics value chain to streamline processes and optimize costs. Our comprehensive suite of software solutions designed to cater to the needs of logistics service providers and address the very many challenges faced by logistics players.

The wide range of activities necessary for the planning, control and execution of the life cycle of a product, streamlined and optimized for time and costs, constitutes Supply Chain Logistics Management. This software solutions aim to garner competitive advantage through improved customer service, optimised costs, increased revenues, and investments.


In the logistics industry, a typical chain would likely be disjointed and siloed, thereby resulting in process redundancies and cost leakages. Having an integrated value chain could potentially increase flexibility to adjust to client requests, competitors’ actions, and events within the
industry. Integrated value chains also reduce waste and lower costs.

Taking Supply Chain Logistics Management a step further is the concept of a digital value chain. A digital value chain is focused on how advanced digital technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Predictive Analytics can provide impetus to the transformation of traditional value chains. Said differently, Digital Supply Chain Logistics Management is Logistics Management powered by digital technologies. These technologies could possibly include:

Predictive analytics to optimize inventory allocation and forecast demand

Automated replenishment solutions

Robotics to speed up assembly or picking

IoT sensors to gather real-time feedback from manufacturing equipment and vehicles

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Cross-border trade has always been at the effect of bureaucratic delays and ‘red tape.’ This
has necessitated and thereby resulted in the evolution of ‘Trade Facilitation’ for the global trading system.




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“With Kale’s expertise in developing community as well as enterprise solutions, we could see the digitization advantage and we were not wrong on our judgements. Our terminal and heavy haul operations are well managed with Order Management System and we are looking for more tech support from their end.”

– Chief Information Officer


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