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Harmony, the new solution of customs control tower by GEFCO

16 November 2017

GEFCO launches a new solution of a Customs Control Tower dedicated to multi-countries customs management: HARMONY

The overall international business environment has become more and more complex. This trend is sustainable. The supply chain landscape is evolving and it is becoming increasingly difficult to maintain oversight, exert control, and ensure that customers get the best experience possible.
In a PWC survey of 209 global companies, 95% agreed that discrepancies between supply chain entities have increased in the past three years; 94% felt that changes in the extended supply chain network configuration occur more frequently, and 74% agreed that the number of entities in the supply chain has increased.
Effective customs management can elevate business to the next level while providing a competitive edge, helping to build a positive reputation for companies, ensuring supply continuity and optimal functioning all along the supply chain. 
That’s why GEFCO has reinforced its control tower offer with a dedicated Tower: HARMONY. This solution provides a single point of contact, centralizes and improves international trade and customs activities in harmony with supply chain operations and challenges. 

    With this new offer, GEFCO provides you with

    • One single point of contact centralising your end-to-end operations: order management, performance monitoring and invoicing 
    • Compliance and risks management
    • Improvement of international trade and customs activities
    • Cash flow optimisation
    • Supply chain efficiency and continuity
    • End-customer satisfaction 

    Order Management

    Tracking

    Performance Monitoring

    Centralised Invoicing

    Advanced Services:

    Customs engineering & optimisation Cost savings program

    Our organisation

    A dedicated team and single point of contact

     

    Cloud-base collaborative platform: HARMONY

      

    GEFCO Customs brokerage network: 200 international experts

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