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Essex Freight Holland Selects Four Soft's Global Freight Forwarding Application

Four Soft Ltd. announced that Essex Freight Holland, one of the emerging international freight forwarding company in The Netherlands, has selected its global freight forwarding application 4SeTransSME to be implemented at their location in The Netherlands. The contract was executed through Four Soft Netherlands BV, Dordrecht a subsidiary of Four Soft Ltd., India.

4SeTransSME is a complete freight forwarding system designed to automate, streamline and support the multimodal international freight forwarding operations. It provides the logistics industry with a flexible and comprehensive software solution to manage business efficiently, increase productivity and improve the overall service to their customers.

Based in Ridderkerk and with a network of agents across Europe and Caribbean region, Essex Freight Holland has grown to become one of the leading international freight forwarding company in Europe for services to and from the Caribbean. Today, it offers extensive range of services which include air freight, sea freight and project cargo to industries extending from food perishable to heavy machinery and is continuously striving to offer best in class business solutions and customer service.

At the BSE, Four Soft shares are currently trading at Rs.8.43, down 0.71 percent from the previous close.

by RTT Staff Writer

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