The transport and logistics sectors are highly competitive. Responsiveness and traceability are essential to ensure compliance with legal and regulatory obligations and therefore guarantee the transport contract.
This translates into numerous documents, required to ensure the comprehensive traceability process that starts from the customer, to the final delivery point. These documents are edited, filed and then stored: labels, delivery slips, customs authorisations, invoices, etc.
In the event of an inspection, claim or dispute, these documents must be available immediately, whether at headquarters, a subsidiary or a branch, in order to avoid penalties. This administrative management of documents is time-consuming, costly and incompatible with the responsiveness expected by the sector.
Editing high-quality, customised outbound documents is also an important issue for your sector to further set yourself apart from the competition. This provides real added value to your logistics organisation and a better image for your customers.
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