BluJay Solutions, a main provider of worldwide supply chain software and services, declares that Swedish carmaker Volvo, a long-term user of BluJay’s Transportation Management for Shippers arrangement, has renewed and expanded its partnership with BluJay to help business development.
Volvo’s locations in Europe, China, and the United States utilize BluJay’s Transportation Management answer for worldwide outbound shipping operations, from manufacturing plant to vehicle sales centers. With the extension of the TMS partnership, Volvo expects an expansion in efficiency while scaling to twofold its production throughout the following three years. “Volvo is satisfied to stretch out our relationship with BluJay to help our development, center around sustainability, and plan to sell just electric vehicles and hybrids by 2025 only on the web,” said Pieterjan Landuyt, CED M&L- – SCM Global at Volvo Cars. “Our cooperation over the previous years with BluJay has been amazing.”
BluJay’s Transportation Management software fills in as the foundation of Volvo’s vehicle distribution network by planning, optimizing, and tracking shipments of its vehicles, empowering Volvo to arrive at its new targets and stay green. Volvo Cars has as of late declared its arrangements to change how and where to meet its clients, changing the current wholesale model by moving on the web and producing solid client relationships. It expects to be a completely electric vehicle organization internationally by 2030, dispatching another group of electric vehicles in the coming years and moving away from emanation creating vehicles.
“BluJay is glad to stretch out our partnership with Volvo to help their inventive business model, development, and achievement,” said Roel Assies, VP Sales for BluJay Solutions. “As Volvo shifts its supply chain delivery model, BluJay gives the adaptability to the business to develop and keep on developing. Furthermore, we’re satisfied to help Volvo’s sustainability drives both with technology and adjusted values. We anticipate the proceeded with cooperation between our teams.”