Turkish freight forwarder signs up for Esgian’s RoRo and MPP suits
Esgian Shipping has further expanded the list of clients making use of its RoRo and MPP suites with the addition of Universal Projects.
Universal Projects, an Istanbul-based freight forwarder, is looking to take advantage of the Esgian Shipping Suites for RoRo and MPP. The two suites provide transparent insight into the liner and spot markets.
“By using the software we identify more Operators capable of performing our voyage needs, resulting in more Operators to contact for quotes. In addition, the market intel the software gives, enables us to challenge the Operators on the freight rates. This software thus gives us the negotiating power we need in order to pay the appropriate price that reflects the service level given,” the company said
Universal Projects consider the software to be a game-changer, allowing it to take commercial decision-making based on facts instead of assumptions or rumours.
“We are also very impressed with the software’s product feature, Emission Analytics. This is the only RoRo software globally with accreditation from Smart Freight Center for their CO2 emissions module adhering to the GLEC framework, meaning we can use the data for Scope 3 emission reporting. We understand Esgian is also in the process of achieving the same for MPP, which once again shows their pioneer spirit,” says Universal Projects.