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PCN partners with WiseTech

The Project Cargo Network (PCN) has partnered with WiseTech Global, the technology company behind the CargoWise One single-platform software.

As part of the partnership, PCN members will have access to a range of CargoWise One benefits and discounts. The software has been designed to increase productivity and improve integration, automaton and communication with the supply chain. 

“This global partnership is a strategic initiative that strengthens and grows our network, entitles our members to exclusive cost-savings on technology, and ultimately improves the productivity and competitiveness of all PCN Members,” said Rachel Humphrey president and ceo of PCN. 

According to Humphrey, more details about the partnership will be announced in the coming months. James Celano, WiseTech Global’s business development executive, will also be attending the network’s eighth annual summit, which takes place from November 18 - 20 in Costa Rica. 

www.projectcargonetwork.com 

www.wisetechglobal.com 

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