March 2005

World’s first DCSi.Drive implementation in the making

As we speak, California-based supply chain enabler UTi is gearing up to implement DCSi.Drive for its European operations. The information management module is being put through its final stages of operational testing, and user training is ongoing.

A decidedly acquisitive player in the logistics arena, UTi more than values the ability to consolidate data from diverse sources. As its global network continues to expand, UTi decision makers are sure to enjoy the virtually immediate ROI in terms of data visibility and ease of use that DCSi.Drive stands for.

September 2004

The DCSi.Logistics WMS module known as TWS has been rated as Number 1 in an international study of warehouse management systems.

The market survey produced by the Fraunhofer Institute, a leading German material flow and logistics organisation, enables companies to quickly compare different warehouse management systems.

In the section for IBM iSeries applications, the DCS software comes out on top and on an overall basis is rated number 4 in the study.

The focus for the survey was based on functionality and not costs, but a comparison between price and efficiencies gained would still favour the DCS system.

The application uses pre configured business models enabling rapid implementation and the simplification of complex operations giving a quick return on investment.

The flexibility of the whole system for customised requirements and workflow demands is self evident in the study.

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August 2004


DCS has signed an exclusive agreement with ITIS, an established Hong Kong based software developer.

This strategic alliance has been formed to allow DCS to:

• Accelerate the delivery of its new products to market to complement its existing core product DCSi.Logistics, a transport management and logistics information systems model.

• Expand its geographic coverage

• Strengthen its global industry knowledge

DCS and ITIS have joined their existing product development teams, sharing industry and technical expertise to accelerate the delivery of new J2EE modules which will be part of the next generation product development for the North American, European and now Far Eastern markets. Existing customers will be able to adopt the new functions on a modular basis, thus minimising any disruption to their businesses and maximising their return on investment.

DCS has extensive coverage in Europe and North America, with a blue chip customer and user base of over 25,000. This partnership will secure and expand the presence of DCS in the Far East, thus positioning DCS well to meet the evolving needs of their customers as many of them expand into the Far Eastern market.

Both organizations have over 20 years experience in developing and delivering solutions to the transport and logistics industry. Utilizing these skills, experience and knowledge, the first priority is to deliver a market leading road freight solution, initially targeted for the North America road transportation market.

DCS Group plc CEO, Stephen Yapp said:

“We are delighted to form this alliance, which will help us to create a superb set of applications to meet the future needs of our customers’ challenging environment. In addition, it will also strengthen our presence in this key strategic geographical region.”

Ms. Satti Wong, CEO of ITIS, commented:

“Closely collaborating with DCS is a major opportunity for us. Our combined expertise will enable the development of market leading software for the industry.”

May 2004

Geodis picks DCS

Geodis, number one in France and among Europe’s largest transport and logistics companies, has just completed an agreement for a brand new airfreight and ocean freight management project with DCS.

This new contract is one of the first Geodis has issued within the framework of its major Horizon project, which was initiated in 2002 to streamline all of the group’s information systems.

Jean Louis Leserteur, Geodis IT Head of airfreight and ocean freight applications, explained : “Our Horizon project aims at assessing and reengineering all aspects of our business systems. After a rigorous selection process, we are delighted to have chosen DCS, who will work with us in implementing a first-class solution.”


UK-based logistics and supply chain specialist Agility has selected DCS to enhance IT solutions to help them drive forward their rapidly expanding business. Agility Logistics is an established fourth-party logistics service provider (4PL) to the global chemical industry, with an unrivalled knowledge in this specialist sector.

The company required a flexible system to manage and optimize the whole of the logistics process and meet individual customer needs. The DCSi.Logistics application software will enable it to execute, control and manage its pan-European supply chain business. IT manager Tony Venners: "The system has the advanced functionality we need. It has already been deployed in our seamless take-over of the European freight management activities of INVISTA’s Nylon, Polymer and Intermediates business."

April 2004

Transport Management DCS Style for PNL

Moving millions of parcels across Scandinavia each year, PNL could not afford to settle for anything less than a state-of-the-art future-proof transport management solution. And they didn't.

“We engaged consultants from Cap Gemini Ernst and Young to assist us in selecting a new Transport Management System. After a rigorous evaluation process, we selected DCS as the company to deliver us that new system", said Knud Thorup, PNL's Vice-President of IT.

One of the region's leading logistics companies, PNL is based in Stockholm but operates all over Scandinavia. The DCS Transport Management solution will allow PNL to grow as business demands increase, enhancing the company's IT capabilities and therefore its customer service levels.

Knud Thorup: “We firmly believe that the close functional fit of the DCS application together with the cultural similarity between both companies will produce a future-proof system that will ensure PNL retains its position as one of the leading parcels and logistics companies in Scandinavia."

Arleen van Alphen, DCS Managing Director for the region: “This latest success for DCS will see the integration of our platform-independent software with PNL’s existing SAP accounting system running on an Oracle database. Exciting times."

February 2004

Phoenix International Adds DCSi.Domestic Forwarding Module

Phoenix International, the largest privately owned full-service international freight forwarder, consolidator, NVOCC and Customs broker headquartered in the United States, has recently added the DCSi.Domestic Forwarding module to their suite of applications.

Phoenix International has utilized the DCS suite of products, including Customs Brokerage, Export, Accounting and Breakbulk for just over 10 years. The applications provided by DCS have allowed Phoenix International, and other DCS customers, to add modules as their business expands and demands increase.

CEO of Phoenix International, Bill McInerney adds, “since the founding of our company in 1979 we have always seen ourselves as an international transportation service provider, and have avoided getting involved in the domestic USA freight business. But as our customer base has grown, and as we hired new employees with diverse work experience, we have gradually responded to requests from customers that wanted us to handle their domestic freight as well. For years we attempted to adapt our international software to accommodate the domestic shipments, but as the volume grew, this solution became increasing awkward. After a brief study of the existing domestic software packages that we could purchase off the shelf, it became clear that the DCS domestic module was the only practical way for us to go because it is fully integrated into our existing accounting system, and is designed to run on our AS400 platform. Those employees that have been trained on the new domestic module report positively on its effectiveness”.

January 2004

We at DCS make a point of creating new offices in direct response to our customer's present as well as future needs. Accordingly, our new offices in Val d'Europe combine uniquely modern working conditions with optimal accessibility for our French customers.

Val d'Europe is located in the east of Marne-la-Vallée, only half an hour from central Paris by car or train. It is linked to all major European capitols by TGV high-speed trains and is directly accessible from the Ile-de-France motorway system.

To better serve our German customers, we have left our Murnau office in Bavaria for a new business location in Dortmund, putting us right in the economic heartland of Germany.

Over the last few years, some 200,000 logistics professionals have become active in the Ruhr Valley area. 20,000 of these work in Dortmund, making it the unofficial capital of the 'Ruhrpott' and a major logistics competence centre for Europe.

In February this year, DCS extends its international presence with new offices in France. We have selected the international business zone of Val d'Europe as our French home base.

We have signed an agreement for a major new project with Belgium’s leading logistics provider ABX LOGISTICS.

The ‘Front Office’ project, as it is known, will be piloted in the 1st quarter of 2004 and utilise the latest Java based components of the DCSi.Logistics suite of software.

By importing data from its many back office systems into the consolidation and management information layer of the DCS application, ABX LOGISTICS will be able to offer both, staff, management and authorised customers greatly improved visibility of information and statistics.

ABX LOGISTICS objective is to provide all customers and partners with the best technology services available.
They have already implemented many business critical services through their current process of IT globalisation and recognised that the DCS-J2EE, modular, WebLogistics approach would be the solution to their latest project.

Alain De Prins, CIO of ABX LOGISTICS Worldwide commented:

“Innovative information technology is vital to ensuring flawless process structures within our network – the ‘Front Office’ project is another example of this philosophy. After a rigorous selection process we are delighted to be working with DCS, we are impressed both by the calibre of its team and its WebLogistics solution”.

Dave Pickburn Managing Director of DCS UK said, “This new and exciting project with ABX LOGISTICS endorses our strategy to produce modular, platform independent, web enabled solutions that will complement our existing products creating a solid foundation for our future”.

December 2003

Pan Nordic Logistics (PNL) one of Scandinavia’s leading logistics companies.
PNL, whose headquarters are based in Stockholm but who operate all over Scandinavia, will take DCS’s transport management software to control the movement of millions of parcels a year across Scandinavia.
The new system will allow PNL to grow as the demands on its business increase and will greatly enhance the IT capabilities of the company, resulting in increased service levels to its customers.

The latest web based technology will be employed to speed up the flow of information from collection through to delivery all across Scandinavia.

Knud Thorup, the VP of IT for PNL commented:

“We engaged the consultants Cap Gemini Ernst and Young to assist us in selecting a new Transport Management System and after a rigorous evaluation process, we selected DCS as the company to deliver us a new system”.
He went on to say:
“We firmly believe that the close functional fit of DCS’s application together with the cultural similarities of both companies will produce a future proof system that will ensure PNL retain its position as one of the leading parcels and logistics companies in Scandinavia”.

Arleen van Alphen the Managing Director for DCST&LS in the region stated:
“This latest success for DCS will see the integration of our platform independent software with PNL’s existing SAP accounting system running on an Oracle database. Exciting times”.

November 2003

Canada leading LSP Locher Evers International (LEI) Have signed a major project using our software as its core operating system Across all their Canadian offices.

Peter Broerken, Group Controller for LEI, commented:

“Our selection of DCS followed a thorough evaluation process during which time we found that the core attributes of both DCS and their product, DCSi.Logistics, fulfilled the requirements of LEI.

Mr Broerken went on to say:
“We like to develop long term relationships with our customers and suppliers and we are of the firm opinion that by joining up with DCS we can achieve a partnership that will benefit both companies.

In today’s world wide economy, we require first class IT solutions which together with our dedicated staff allow LEI to offer great service to all our customers.”

LEI now employ over 150 staff in their Canadian offices and offer a complete freight forwarding and logistics service.

Alice Sciara Managing Director of DCS in the USA said, “This exciting new project further strengthens our position within the growing Canadian market. We are committed to deliver to LEI a first class system which will enable them to consolidate their position as one of Canada leading logistics companies”.

October 2003

DECATHLON, a leading International Retailer and Designer in Sportswear, is implementing DCSiLogistics.

In 2002 DECATHLON revenues were 2.8 billion euros, from 319 stores worldwide

September 2003

BAX Czechs In...

As part of a continued expansion in Eastern Europe, BAX Global has opened a full service office in Prague, Czech Republic. The office began operations in August of this year as a full service supplier to BAX's local and worldwide customers, serving locations throughout the entire Czech Republic. With over 10 million people, the Czech Republic is in line to become a full member of the European Union in 2004. It is considered to be one of the most vibrant business centres in Eastern Europe. Earlier start-ups in this region were stations in Austria and Hungary. BAX have deployed the DCSi.Logistics software in Prague to standardize applications across Europe.

June 2003

SDV (USA) Inc., a division of the French Bolloré group, SDV International Logistics, has selected us to provide them with the DCSi.Logistics suite of software covering US Customs Clearance, Export, Import Deconsolidation and Accounting.

Pierre Malet, Vice President, Information Systems, of SDV (USA) Inc. commented:

"We are all very pleased to confirm that we made the right choice with DCS - the transition was a success!". Nothing comes easy; there was a huge amount of work required from all parties, from SDV as well as from DCS, but we feel confident that we are now 'over' the hill (in this case, it is a good thing!) and ready to move on to new grounds (EDI, e-Billing, interfaces etc.) with a solid IT product and partner."

"SDV's success with this implementation has much to do with their pro-active planning and with their assembling a competent core SDV team to form their IT Committee for this project. Thanks to their thorough preparation and dissemination of knowledge, they enjoyed a smooth transition of both platform and application software. It remains a pleasure to work with Pierre and his team and I look forward to our future projects together."
- Phil Pearse, Director of Customer Relations, DCS T&LS, USA.

March 2003

APL Logistics sign an agreement for a major Pan European project with us.

The project, known as the European Operating System or EOS, will utilise the DCSi.Logistics suite of software across its European offices.

APLL is part of the Singapore based NOL Group and now employs 4000 staff in 55 countries.

February 2003

MOL Logistics implemented one of their new customers (Rubycon) in DCSi.Logistics. WMS RF based process..

Hitachi TSA have gone live in San Diego with our Transport Management and Warehousing systems.

TWS installation for Kuehne and Nagel in Duisburg this will be handling HP Consumables, this is one of our largest warehouse implementation to date...

January 2003

Certified! Melville, NY - DCS Transport & Logistics Solutions is pleased to announce its official certification as a Sea AMS vendor.  DCS sought this recognition in response to the 24 Hour Advance Manifest Filing requirement imposed upon carriers effective December 2, 2002. 

In order to provide our NVOCC clients with a solution for filing their manifests directly with Customs, we became fully certified in Sea AMS. This certification allows DCS to offer clients the DCSi Advance Manifest (Sea) Application that is to be used specifically to comply with the current SEA 24 Hour Manifest Rule. 
This application provides you with the ability to file Advance Manifest data directly to US Customs while maintaining full control of your data.

If you would like more information on the SEA 24 Hour Advance Manifest Module, please contact Linda Tarallo Heath or call 949 719 9982.

December 2002

At the 5th Annual National Logistics Congress  (V Kongres Logistyków Polskich) held in Warsaw, DCSi.Logistics was awarded in the "'Logistic of the year 2002" in 'IT System' category.
Comp-Win  - DCS Agent in Poland prepared the winning case against opposition from other IT solutions shown during the Congress: Axapta, BaaN, WarehouseManager, Intentia, Great Plains Software, BPCS, BCS Polska, Plaut Polska.

The awarded winning DCSi.Logistics software is use by our Polish customers namely : Kuhne & Nagel, Schenker, Roehlig and Spedpol.

November 2002

DCSi.logistics has been enhanced to cover new EU Customs functionality for NCTS-for electronic declaration of transit shipments.

October 2002

We have embarked on a major significant Pan European project with the French based transport company Giraud International. When fully implemented, Giraud International, the fourth largest transport company in France, will have over 1000 users, across Europe, of the DCSi.Logistics Transport Management System (TMS). Since 2001 Giraud International have been investing heavily in a major, multi million Euro, ICT programme which when completed in 2003 will give them a single European operating system. This will create an advanced TMS application in line with Giraud International's, forward looking concepts for their business. It intends to incorporate all data and voice communication, GPS, orders with real time transport instructions as well as time management. We already have over 25,000 users of their applications around the world, with many of the leading freight and logistics companies like KN, Danzas, Schenker, Bax Global and Uti to name but a few.

September 2002

We are pleased to announce that Hitachi Transport System (America), Ltd. ("Hitachi Transport") has selected DCSi.Logistics to be used to drive its forwarding and logistics operations in the United States. We were chosen out of thirteen vendors who participated in Hitachi's formal Request for Proposal process. They were looking for an automated integrated solution as part of their process re-engineering project. Hiro Fukushima, Information Systems Manager stated, "We were looking for truly integrated AND advanced logistics solutions. DCSi was by far the best to meet our needs."

Hitachi Transport is committed to quality service in cargo shipments around the globe, providing a full range of transportation service, from packing and crating to international freight forwarding.

August 2002

U.S. Customs is gearing up its resources and regulations to create a new line of defense against terrorism. Since 9/11/2001, Customs and the Office of Homeland Security have analyzed the different opportunities Al Queda and other terrorist organizations may have to deliver weapons of mass destruction into the United States. This analysis has resulted in the growing awareness that marine cargo containers carry a high risk of being used for terrorist activities.

July 2002

Cargo Brokers International an Atlanta based Freight Forwarder announced today that in less than 60 days from software product selection they have successfully implemented the DCSi suite of software throughout their five local offices. During that time CBi installed new IBM iSeries hardware, set up communication links with US Customs and trained their operations and accounting staff on the new system to provide streamlined efficiencies within their organization. CBi is a member of the High Tech Forwarder Network (HTFN) and has served the international shipping community since 1982.

June 2002

We are pleased to announce that Mitsubishi Logistics America Corporation has selected DCSi.Logistics to be used to drive its forwarding operations using Breakbulk Deconsolidation, Air and Ocean Export, Accounting and Web Track & Trace applications to gain efficiencies in all of their business operations while providing real time web visibility to the end users the United States.

GPS Logistics, Inc. is the USFreightways service provider in Asia. Their network includes 27 stations in 15 Asian countries, of which will be using DCSi.Logistics to provide the highest quality service to their clients.

Paul Fitzpatrick, President of GPS explained: "We based the decision to use DCS on a simple premise: we will provide our clients with the visibility and flexibility to effectively manage their inventory from factory to final delivery. In our opinion, DCS gives our professional team the power to perform,"

May 2002

Damco Sea & Air is an International Freight Forwarding organisation with its Head Office in Rotterdam (NL). Damco comprises of a Worldwide network of offices, affiliates and agents which covers some 55 countries. The WMS implementation has already started and projected to go live in the summer. This is a relatively small and hopefully initial project for DCS within the Damco organisation.

April 2002

DCS spent five consecutive weeks on a consulting project for Yellow Global - the project, "Operations Excellence", was designed to identify various deliverables for Yellow Global to help them achieve more profitable returns and gain operational efficiencies. Yellow Global is currently launching "Operations Excellence" and are anticipitating a very positive ROI from the project.

MITSUBISHI LOGISTICS AMERICA CORPORATION have signed a licence to use our Breakbulk, Air and Ocean Export, Accounting and Web Track & Trace. GPS Logistics, Inc (a spin off company of USF Asia Group.) are to use DCSi.Logistics 'Import and Export system for use in the Far East as well as our Breakbulk and Accounting Package

March 2002

MOL Logistics has awarded DCS the contract for the full IT infrastructure for their new Japanese customer AISIN. The system includes RF based WMS as part of the larger implementation which is in the last stages of completion. This module now completely replaces the old WMS system MOL Logistics was using.

February 2002

Danzas Westpoort went LIVE with DCSi.Logistics software. The Danzas EMEA distribution Centre for IBM spareparts uses DCS software to support their pick, pack and sort operations and international distribution operations. In their SCM role Danzas is taking optimal profit from the features DCS can offer, including comprehensive carrier selections and event management.

With an established European network Edwards Logistics offer comprehensive road haulage services for full or part loads and smaller consignments. Late last year DCS were selected to provide the solution, France is now live, Bulgaria planned for march, and the UK implementation later this year.

January 2002

Contracts have been signed with ASR for the supply of DCS freight forwarding, customs clearance and warehousing solutions. ASR is a medium sized freight forwarding company in The Netherlands with operations in Rotterdam (sea freight) and Amsterdam/Schiphol Airport (air freight).

The JAS Group came into existence over 20 years ago. Since then they have become the largest Air Freight Forwarding company in Italy and is in the top 10 in Europe. JAS now has more than 110 offices in over 40 countries worldwide. We are delighted that JAS has chosen DCS for a worldwide implementation of all modules of DCSi.Logistics. This will involve Italy , France and the UK going live in 2002, followed by the other 37 countries during 2003/4

Anthem Express Inc. is a United States based transportation logistic company with world-wide operations, after a rigorous selection process DCS has won the supply chain and purchase order management project.

December 2001

Hauser who offers high-quality, cost effective overland logistics solutions for European exporters and importers, will be implementing our Transport and Warehousing modules throughout their seven branch network in the UK during 2002.

We are delighted to be working with Geologistics again, we are providing EDI consultancy and remote support for their global EDI requirements


Rohlig has awarded DCS the contract for an initial implementation of our Transport and Warehousing modules for their subsidiary in Poland. The initial rollout is planned for the first quarter of 2002 to be followed with a second phase of Air and Ocean modules.
Rohlig will be the third company to implement our solution in Poland, Schenker and Kuehne & Nagel are already live.

October 2001

DCS USA Announces the Release of GlobalTrack GlobalTrack is a fully featured web-based track and trace tool, designed to extend the visibility found in many Supply Chain Management tools to the one link in the chain that they often neglect: Transportation. To fill this gap, GlobalTrack uses a separate, stand-alone database of shipment data to track shipments down to the SKU level. This database is fed via EDI from the shipper's own order processing system, and receives EDI status messages from their freight forwarders and carriers. For more information about GlobalTrack, please email Doug Hurwitt at

September 2001

We can now enable our customers effective electronic customs declarations using the Internet as the communication medium. The year long pilot phase comprised of comprehensive testing in partnership with dutch customs authority Cargonaut, our customer MOL Logistics, and DCS Transport and Logistics Solutions. This system has now been accredited by the dutch customs authority, making us the market leader for this Internet interface-

We would like to extend our profound condolences and sympathies to those who lost colleagues and loved ones in the recent tragedies in New York City, WTC, Pennsylvania and Washington DC Pentagon bombings.

We had a very successful few days at the Interfreight exhibition on the 5/6/7 september in Rotterdam.

August 2001

Inttra an organisation who supply a standard set of interfaces between Ocean Carriers, LSP Companies and Customers, have contacted us to build an Interface which works between DCSi.Logistics and their own Inttra systems. Many other Major companies we supply have signed up to Inttra.

We recently launched a new product, Managed Service Provider (MSP) . By renting this resource our customers will keep costly purchasing of IT equipment down to a minimum, as we will supply and maintain the system, giving our client total control over there functioning business operation.

July 2001

We roll out our pro-active mangement tool; Event Manager. Since its inception 2 years ago, its now becoming a great success as current market requirements increase.

June 2001

DCSi.Logistics is now active in 46 countries, including Egypt which has recently been added to the list.

May 2001

We are exhibiting at the Transport Logistic Exhibition 15-19 May 2001in Munchen Germany.

April 2001

Yusen have awarded DCS a contact to develop a significant new module of WebTRACK, The new module - WebSTOCK will enable third party warehouse customers to view their stock positions at a single Yusen warehouse and also look at all stock holdings at all Yusen warehouses. Facilities will also exist to enable Yusen's warehouse customers to issue instructions via WebSTOCK to call off and transfer their stock.

March 2001

New Wave Logistics their US subsiduary has started to roll out DCSi.Logistics in California. This is the fourth country that has selected DCSi.Logistics, It is currently used in the Netherlands, Belgium and the United Kingdom.

Air City have licenced DCSi.Logistics for their Air and Sea requirements in the USA. Hellmann Worldwide Logistics has contracted for the US drawback module to add to their existing American DCSi.Logistics solution.

February 2001

Warnaco a leading US Textile conglomerate has selected DCS software to handle the importation of goods into Europe at their purpose built Distribution Centre in the Netherlands. We will also building a link to Manhattan Associates Pkms solution from our Duty management module

DF Young has agreed a second phase to their USA operation, this being the implementation of WebTrack-our new on-line freight and booking system.

January 2001

Kuehne & Nagel have selected DCSi.Logistics a warehouse management software to handle the Pan-European distribution for one of their majorworldwide electronic clients. They will be implementing a paperless warehouse concept at their Luxemburg EDC with full RDT support.

De Rijke Logistics Group who have operations in the Netherlands, Belgium and the UK, are to use DCSi.Logistics for their European Transport and Warehouse division, which specializes in hazardous liquids and dry bulk cargo.


Lufthansa Cargo awarded look4logistics to develop a solution enabling them to publish password protected spot rates on-line to their business partners. DCSi.Logistics has been selected to provide DANZAS an integrated warehouse and transport solution for a central European distribution Centre in Holland for a leading American computer manufacturer


SITPRO awarded DCS the development of the online entry of freight documents for the Webelectra project. Yusen Air & Seahave implemented the third party warehousing module of DCSi.Logistics in Singapore in a fully automated, narrow aisle warehouse that specialises in hi-tech goods.

October 2000

Kuehne & Nagel in the final stage of rollout of DCSi.Logistics software across the USA and Canada. Schenker-BTL in Poland is second most advanced company with IT solutions according to a report by polish computer press TELEINFO.

Schenker-BTL came second only to LOT - Polish Airlines out of 100 companies surveyed. UTi (Union Transport) went live in UK.Roll out to continue in Holland, Belgium, Germany and Ireland throughout 2001.

Eimskip commences implementation in Sweden completing their presence of all the Scandinavian and Baltic Countries.


Charles Kendall Freight are preparing to go live in their network of offices in the UK with a major web based order entry and tracking and tracing module for a leading UK telecommunications company and also a fully integrated link to a global integrator .

August 2000

DCST&LS launches all of its sotware applications under the banner of DCSi.Logistics. DCS T&LS (USA) acquires Synapse Computer Services, New Jersey enabling outsourcing services to its logistcs industry customers.

Kuehne & Nagel have implemented the DCS software in South America. Argentina is now up and running with 5 other South American planned to be live before end 2000.

July 2000

- Sumitrans, the Transport Division of Sumitomo Corporation of America, have agreed to roll out our solution in their 11 branches this year. Wincanton Logistics has launched its new state of the art transport management system based upon the DCS software. After a successful pilot this year, the UK roll out will add in excess of 500 users, and further potential exists throughout Europe

Yusen Air & Sea completes it's world wide roll out of DCSi.Logistics software.

June 2000

Kuehne & Nagel (Canada) have agreed to the development of Canadian import brokerage software. Another 5 leading forwarders have agreed to purchase this new strategic DCS solution. This will consolidate our status as the leading supplier of brokerage solutions for the North American marketplace.

Look 4 Logistics the DCS freight portal (vortal) passes 40,000 hits per month. American Lamprecht, the Chicago based subsidiary of the well known Swiss forwarder based in Basle has decided to implement our forwarding solution for their operation. Hitachi Transport launches on line tracking and tracing over the internet using DCS software.

May 2000

Wincanton Logistics,part of Unigate plc, have selected DCS as a strategic partner . Tim Robinson, CEO of DCS Group Plc, addressed the New York chapter of the prestigious American Council Of Logistics Management.

April 2000

Danzas Fashion Services, the largest fashion distributor in Europe and part of the Deutsche Post Group, are to implement DCS software as a centralised solution for their 800 users throughout Europe.

March 2000

DCSi.Logistics software, together with the state of the art web enabled functionality, has been chosen for the european Distribution and Warehousing of NOY part of the Hunter Douglas Group US Freightways the huge American based freight organisation has completed their implementation of the DCS solution in China, Taiwan and Singapore.

February 2000

Gebruder Weiss of Austria sign a contract with DCS Transport and Logistics Solutions for the supply of their DCSi. Logistics Software. DCS launches freight industry internet portal (vortal) Look4Logistics .

September 1999 Schenker-BTL chooses DCS for the design and development of its e-business solutions .


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