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TRANSRUSSIA 2012

TransRussia 2012 is a massive market of the transport services, which annually attracts the leading experts from Russia, the CIS and Baltic countries.

The logistics exhibition is the main platform for discussing the most pressing problems of the Russian transport system development, for developing the new information systems for the interaction between the different modes of transport intended for successful solving of the logistics issues in the global market of the transport and logistics services. The exhibition is focused primarily on the freight services.

IT for transport logistics: EBS Partners AG opened development center in Moscow

On March 7, 2012, EBS Partners AG (Zurich, Switzerland) announced the opening of their branch in Moscow, specializing in the consulting services and the deployment of the business applications for logistics management, including transportation operations management: Oracle Transportation Management (OTM); Warehouse Management Systems (WMS); Business Intelligence (BI); and a number of the Oracle E-Business Suite related modules for Supply Chain Management (SCM) and financial management.

AsstrA manages transportation orders using Oracle Transportation Management.

The international transportation and logistics holding AsstrA created the new operating system for transportation orders management. The core of the system is the solution Oracle Transportation Management (OTM), bringing together the world’s best practices in the field of logistics companies’ processes management.

During the first project phase, the single centralized platform was deployed for transportation operations management in the transportation holding company’s head office in Zurich, Switzerland, and in its Belarusian branches in Minsk and Brest. The commercial operation started in autumn of 2010.

The second phase implied the deployment of the system in all the offices of the AsstrA holding in 10 countries. The new corporate system will optimize the management of the transportation operations, and provide the opportunity to develop AsstrA technologically for more rapid and qualitative analysis and evaluation of the promising trends and markets.