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Korean logistics firm selects CyberLogitec solution

Korean freight company, CJ Logistics, has signed a contract to deploy OPUS Logistics, provided by CyberLogitec, maritime, port/terminal and logistics operations software, throughout their overseas subsidiaries and network.

CyberLogitec says the deployment will enable CJ Logistics to deliver an integrated and automated operating platform with improved communications and efficiency, increasing overall visibility and productivity.

JinWook Lee, CJ Logistics global forwarding department director, said, “With a single automated system, it will reduce manual work, human errors and eliminate the possibility of discrepancies which can result in loss of revenue. It will also be giving us greater visibility of the entire operation and processes, important for generating better business collaboration.”

CJ Logistics was formed when CJ Korea Express, Korea’s largest logistics firm merged with CJ GLS in April 2013. The company has subsequently been recognized as one of the forerunners of technology innovation in the Korean logistics industry and has become one of the top 5 integrated logistics service providers, with worldwide operations in 155 cities in 40 countries.

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