The new partnership provides its customers with greater capabilities across end-to-end Transportation Management, says Katie Kinraid, General Manager, APAC at BluJay Solutions.
“FourPL is well recognised within ANZ for its expertise in the logistics and supply chain industry, as well as being known for its consulting arm,” Ms Kinraid said.
“It has an in-depth understanding of the local market and allows us to expand our reach among logistics and supply chain customers in ANZ.
“Given FourPL’s extensive reach in the region and robust advisory services across spend management, logistics execution, and supply chain visibility, it was a natural choice to partner with FourPL in the region.”
Ms Kinraid is looking forward “to a very fruitful partnership”.
BluJay’s digital platforms – including Transportation Management for Shippers, LSP Platform (TMS for Logistics Service Providers), and MobileSTAR – help customers to improve efficiency and visibility in their supply chains.
Focus on resiliency and innovation
Today a robust network of shippers, suppliers, carriers, digital freight networks, and visibility platforms transact more than $18 billion in freight annually in BluJay’s transportation network.
Technology benefits have gained importance throughout the pandemic, which has accelerated a focus on supply chain resiliency and innovation to help companies better navigate economic and geopolitical factors that can disrupt their supply chains.
The partnership expands BluJay’s scope in ANZ across the transport management, freight forwarding, and logistics service providers markets.
“As a global specialist in the supply chain and logistics space, the BluJay brand further enhances our existing portfolio of global partner and leading-edge technology solution providers we offer our customers,” says Brett Findlay, CEO at FourPL.
“Together with BluJay, we’re looking forward to helping our customers across the region gain greater value through technology to help ensure the best possible outcome.”
FourPL customers include many blue-chip Australian companies across multiple industries and six major logistics service providers.