Philadelphia-headquartered BDP International will launch an Internet enabled shipment-tracking tool called “BDPTrax” that includes pro-active exception reporting.
“This capacity, to push exception information based on a customer’s pre-defined criteria, moves intelligence forward, allowing customers to make informed, supply chain management decisions,” said Richard J. Bolte, Jr., president of BDP.
The second in a suite of Internet enabled customer service tools BDP has introduced in 2001, BDPTrax offers secure global tracing and tracing functions accessible to all parties involved in a transaction. These include shippers, consignees, carriers, Customs clearance agents, and third-party providers worldwide.
Interfacing with existing BDP systems and accessible via the company’s web site, www.bdpinternational.com, BDPTrax will deliver tracking detail for benchmark data that covers order processing, shipment documentation and end-to-end shipment status on every major transportation mode.
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