Done deals: December 14, 2022

by Inside Logistics Online Staff

Nulogy & Kinaxia

Nulogy has been chosen by the Kinaxia Logistics group to enhance the efficiency and scalability of its co-packing business, Kinaxia Logistics & Fulfilment, formerly AKW Global Warehousing. Capable of processing 30 million seasonal gift packs in its 100,000 sq. ft facility, the Manchester based Kinaxia Logistics & Fulfilment sought to future-proof its operations. Nulogy’s Shop Floor solution, tailored specifically for contract packing operations, has been selected to digitally enable the end-to-end contract packing workflow to improve planning, line efficiency, materials and inventory management, quality control and traceability.

Tecsys & SVT Robotics

Tecsys Inc.and SVT Robotics Inc. have partnered to develop and launch an out-of-the-box integrated connection between the Tecsys Elite supply chain platform and SVT’s SOFTBOT Platform. The integration will provide Tecsys Elite customers faster deployment and lower complexity without the need for lengthy custom code development. SVT Robotics has partnerships with companies such as 6 River Systems, Fetch Robotics (Zebra Technologies), Locus Robotics, MiR, OMRON, OTTO Motors and  more.

Air Premia

New Korean air carrier, Air Premia, will begin flying between Korea and Japan on December 23, 2022. The Korean airline plans to run a scheduled service linking Narita (NRT) with Incheon (ICN), and from there on to Singapore (SIN), Saigon (SGN), and Los Angeles (LAX), respectively. It is already represented by ECS Group subsidiaries in Korea and the U.S. In Japan, newly founded Globe Air Cargo Japan will provide comprehensive GSSA support.

Railinc & Commtrex

Railinc, in collaboration with Commtrex, will now offer outsourced logistics and fleet management services to its customers. Along with its TransmetriQ Rail Management System (RMS) software, Railinc will now be able to provide new and existing customers with either fully outsourced or on-demand physical management of their rail program. In turn, Commtrex will utilize Railinc’s TransmetriQ software and data analytics products.