Transwide, Announces Upcoming Webinars

Brussels, Belgium (PressExposure) July 10, 2008 -- Transwide, a division of Wolters Kluwer, a leading global information services and publishing company with annual revenues (2006) of €3.7 billion, will introduce its first free Webinar Series ‘Transport Execution Software Decoded’.

This Series of webinar is aimed at developing awareness of Transport Execution SaaS. They are scheduled for the summer/Fall 2008 These webinar will concentrate on the industrial and supply chain processes. They will describe theoretically and with live case studies the goals, gains and successes companies can achieve when harnessing the potential of internet to collaborate with their logistics partners.

The following webinar are scheduled over the course of the summer/Fall 2008, including:

-“Transport Execution Software: collaborative slot booking, value beyond expectation” on July 17, 2008:

-“Transport Execution Software: Transport order communication, visibility and automation” on August 20, 2008:

-“Transport Execution Software: maritime transport, when cutting costs increases efficiency” on September 17, 2008:

More information at: [http://www.transwide.info/webinar/]

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About Transwide

Transwide is a global leader of transport execution network and solution providers; it offers a suite of technology solutions to enable the electronic communication and visibility of transport orders, pick-up and delivery time slots booking, real time tracing of shipments, transport documents dematerialization and performance monitoring.


Transwide has more than 5,000 companies working on its network and serves carriers and shippers equally. It does not have shippers or carriers in its shareholder base. For more information, please go to: http://www.transwide.com


Contact :
Harlod Bosse
Transwide
Brussels, Belgium
hbosse@transwide.com
http://www.transwide.com

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