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  • 2018 April 24 17:06

    PSA and GeTS to develop new global trade facilitation & supply chain platform “Calista™”

    PSA International Pte Ltd (“PSA”) is partnering  Global eTrade Services (“GeTS”) Asia Pte Ltd,  a fully -owned subsidiary of CrimsonLogic Pte Ltd (“CrimsonLogic”), in the development of a  global common trade and supply chain platform called “CALISTA™” –  an initialism for  CArgo  Logistics,  Inventory  Streamlining &  Trade  Aggregation  – to facilitate trade and help shippers  to better manage the physical movement of goods, trade financing and compliance.

    CALISTA™ is a global supply chain platform that brings together the key physical and non- physical  – such as regulatory and financial  – activities of logistics on a digital eco -system that  serves t he community of logistics players and stakeholders.

    Taking advantage of advanced digital technologies,  CALISTA™ aims to reduce inefficiencies  for the global supply chain by interacting  with systems and applications (existing and new) of  various stakeholders. CALISTA™  will  streamline processes, documents and data in the flow  of goods within and across countries and regions. Stakeholders will benefit from the reduction  of data duplication, automated handshakes across nodes, improved authenticity of data flow and access to accurate and up- to-date status visibility.

    Envisioned as  a global common platform, CALISTA ™  will enable manufacturers to have  direct and increased visibility of their goods while on the move, and for Logistics Service  Providers (“LSPs”) to collaborate to develop value- adding global supply chain solutions for  2 of  3  their customers. For example, with the greater visibility provided by CALISTA ™,  manufacturers and their LSPs could partner port operators like PSA to access new port - related asset -based and service- based solutions for greater productivity, and to explore new  intermodal transport corridors to achieve shorter transit times, better cost efficiencies and  more optimised inventory management. 

    CALISTA™ will build on  GeTS’s  existing suite of  global trade connectivity services.  CALISTA™  will work closely with various national trade, regulatory and other supply chain  platforms to facilitate cross -border trade and help global shippers meet regul atory and  compliance requirements from government agencies and trade associations around the world.  CALISTA™  will also seek strategic partners along the global supply chain to co- create and  drive truly global and fully integrated supply chain solutions.

    Based on this approach,  CALISTA™  will be built progressively, with the first product being opened now for trial usage  with selected users. The  first major phase of development for  CALISTA ™ is estimated to cost  SGD 20 million.

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