Britain's Prime Minister has now formally begun a withdrawal from the European Union.While the Swedes were preparing for midsummer holidays voted Britain to leave the European Union. This was a shock to many around the world and would mean big change for the EU internal market and especially for the Swedish companies in the logistic sector.

Today it became reality when British Prime Minister Theresa May handed over the formal letter to European Council President to invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty to leave the European Union.

- For customs and logistics industry there will be a significant change. Over 50% of Sweden's GDP is dependent on our exports. Swedish exports to the UK amounted 2013-71 billion, representing 6.5 % of total Swedish exports and 6.0 % of imports. Britain is Sweden's fifth most important export market, and in CargoIT's system passes a large number of transactions annually, says Christina Wiklund, owner CargoIT.

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“Bringing CargoIT into the CHAMP family of trusted partners has been nothing short of ideal,” says Edward Dorr, Director Community Integration Services at CHAMP.

Stockholm-based logistics software provider CargoIT AB has opted to integrate with Traxon cargoHUB using IATA Cargo-XML version 3.0.By connecting with Traxon cargoHUB and adopting the newest standards, CargoIT is now ready for the next stage of unified air cargo communication.

I början av juli kom CIS Expo App ut på Apples plattform för B2B lösningar.

Appen har beställts av Stockholmsmässan för att användas på Ipads och Iphones, detta möjliggör en smidigare hantering samt ökat mobilitet.

Genom VPP -Volume Purchase Program kan Stockholmsmässan ladda ner appen samt enkelt distribuera den internt till olika enheter.


SvD Business Life writes about the importance of comprehensive solutions in the logistics sector - A complete solution is crucial for businesses to keep up with the future development, says Joel Winninge, expert in IT for the logistics industry and Vice President CargoIT.

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