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Siemens Digital Logistics selects BlueBox Systems tracking solutions

Siemens Digital Logistics is the new customer for BlueBox Systems, a developer of intelligent air freight tracking solutions.

In particular, with immediate effect, data provided by BlueBox Systems is integrated into the logistics platform AX4 of Siemens Digital Solutions.

Therefore, BlueBox Systems enables more than 500.000 AX4-users a fast and easy access to its high-quality airfreight data from over 130 airlines.

Additionally, thanks to its integration of BlueBox Systems data, AX4 users can effortlessly combine this with other valuable information.

Moreover, through the API solution, both applications can communicate independently and exchange data in real time. Everybody involved in the supply chain has access to the latest and most accurate information – like ETA changes or delays, for example.

Furthermore, according to BlueBox Systems, this advanced API solution ensures end-to-end data security.

In fact, only authorised parties can access and utilise the shared information, safeguarding sensitive cargo details and maintaining the integrity of the supply chain.

"With Siemens Digital Logistics we won another client that trusts our innovative solutions that put the customer first and who has recognized the added value of BlueBox Systems," says Martin Schulze, CEO of BlueBox Systems.

In addition, Martin Schulze emphasized the importance of real-time tracking offered by BlueBox Systems, particularly for time- and temperature-critical cargo for industries with strict requirements, especially pharmaceuticals.

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