Kellogg Company Partners to Streamline Logistics

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The Kellogg Company has announced its implementation of Transplace’s Customs Portal and customs brokerage services. The new agreement is expected to enable the cereal and prepared foods provider to streamline customs compliance and cross-border logistics while gaining shipment visibility and control.

“Kellogg’s maintains the highest standards for quality in everything we do, including food production and distribution across Mexico, the U.S. and Canada,” said Norberto Rodriquez, senior manager, foreign trade, customer service & logistics Latin America, Kellogg’s Mexico. “As a trusted logistics partner, Transplace understands our unique needs to help us raise the performance level of our customs compliance and customs operations. Transplace’s leading-edge technology is now integrated seamlessly with our foreign trade software, delivering end-to-end visibility from freight origin to customs clearance and final delivery, simplifying our cross-border shipping.”

Transplace’s Customs Portal aims to deliver complete international trade control in a single tool to provide multi-modal compliance accuracy and data integrity for supporting shipment documentation. From C-TPAT (Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism) and OEA (Authorized Economic Operators) certifications to customs valuations, origin analysis and foreign trade promotion programs management, Transplace has the infrastructure and domain experts to help support Kellogg’s customs operations

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