Infor announced in a statement this w...
DP World has partnered with the Infor GT Nexus Commerce Network to power its digital transformation initiatives.
Infor announced in a statement this week that DP World will leverage its GT Nexus Commerce Network, a cloud-based collaboration platform accessed by industry leaders around the world to automate “hundreds” of supply chain processes.
DP World joins the likes of adidas Group, Levi’s. DHL, UPS, P&G and DB Schenker and many others. It will use the GT Nexus Commerce Network to power its Global Supply Chain Platform Initiative.
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The DP World Global Supply Chain Platform Initiative will bring supply chain stakeholders and processes together on a single global, intelligent network. This will deliver enhanced, end-to-end, digital logistics services and worldwide supply chain visibility.
“The global digital logistics market is expected to grow by almost 8% between now and 2023. As some of the busiest production centres in the world, the IMEA region is ideally placed to maximise this opportunity, and with its heritage in global trade and strategic investment, DP World will position the Infor GT Nexus Commerce Network to help achieve its objective of a leading position in worldwide supply chain services,” said Jonathan Wood, Infor general manager, India, Middle East, and Africa (IMEA).