Exclusive novelties by AndSoft for SIL 2016

Exclusive novelties by AndSoft for SIL 2016

Barcelona, May 12, 2016.-

  • New slots management solutions for loading and unloading, for Shippers and Transportation and Logistic Operators.
  • New tool to forecast possible deviations or possible delays in the agreed delivery times. Control of the “Estimated Time of Arrival” (ETA).
  • New system to forecast the demand of vehicles for collaborators and certify their availability.
  • New module to send invoices directly to the tax Agency SII.

Exclusive novelties by AndSoft for SIL 2016

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AndSoft: “We work with all methods of transport of goods, traditional and innovative”

Paris, August 26,2015.- In 1983, Steve Jobs, Founder of Apple Computers, was walking by the New York headquarters of IBM and gave them a photo of a comb as a souvenir. In 2014, IBM and Apple presented an ambitious deal whereby they would make corporate solutions together. Two very tenacious rivals ended up becoming associates. Will the same happen with Uber and the sector of transported goods?

AndSoft Logistics Madrid 2015

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Do the autonomous trucks will split the land transport first and second division?

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Road freight transport: 80% in Europe

Paris, 17 Feb, 2015.- The statistics of the European Union are strong. In the last decade, a shift towards road freight transport has
been recorded, especially in newer EU Member States. The highest
in reases in the share of road freight transport were observed in
Estonia (23 percentage points), Poland (19), Slovakia (19),
Slovenia (12) and Bulgaria (12). In contrast, 11 EU Member
States presented a shift towards more environmentally friendly
transport modes, most notably Belgium and Austria. In 2012,
road transport made up over half of freight transport in all EU
Member States, except for Latvia, where railway transport
accounted for the largest share (64%). High shares of rail transport
were also recorded in Estonia (47%), Austria (41%), Sweden (40%)
and Lithuania (38%). Considerable shares of inland waterways
were recorded in the Netherlands (39%), Belgium (24%) and
Romania (23%).

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