22 October, 2019
CargoSnap customer [Fassina](http://www.fassina.com.br/) has always had a feeling for innovation. It was the first company to:
* Have satellite tracking in Brazil
* Have an RFID controlled "Depot" system for empty containers
* Exchange files via EDI with shippers in the po ...
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15 September, 2019
A logistics practitioners view on "API's" API's, you may have heared your IT team talk about them, but what they are.... and what can you imagine a CargoSnap API to do??? First of all, the term API is an acronym, and it stands for “Application Programming Interface.” Hang on, h ...
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20 March, 2019
We can all remember a claim or two from our (hopefully not too recent) past that went truly awry. Not just the run-of-the-mill overage, shortage or damage, but the claims that drive your decision making for years to come.
This got us thinking about how to put a price on the an ...
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23 February, 2019
Preventive effect Euro Nordic, like much of the logistics world, sees taking pictures as a part of the daily routine. But managing and coordinating that data can be time-consuming. With CargoSnap, the logistics service provider from The Netherlands spends much less time archiv ...
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1 February, 2019
The first time I stepped onboard a vessel was in 1980, on the mighty MV Mikhail Cheremnyh (built 1973), when I was less than 1 year old. My father was then 3rd mate, in the days when crews on such vessels were more then 20 people, every vessel had a doctor onboard at all times, ...
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14 November, 2017
Let me ask you, did this happen to you? As a logistics service provider, you ended up paying a shipper or consignee. You got blamed for damage or loss of cargo and you did not have the ability to fend off the claim… Then, what did you do? Told your handling teams to start take ...
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