Release Date: 12 April 2010
Release ID: 4630
Agency Sector Management (UK) Ltd (ASM) will be exhibiting at the Multimodal 2010 exhibition later this month and presenting the latest in software developments for optimised Customs clearance processing.
Peter MacSwiney, chairman of ASM will also present at a key seminar discussion on the first day about legal, Customs and regulatory topics that are currently facing the global supply chain.
MacSwiney says: “There is a buzz about this year’s Multimodal event, and these are exciting times for ASM too. The launch this summer of our Sequoia product gives us something to really shout about at Multimodal 2010.
“Freight agents and the international trading community which they serve are in the midst of the of the biggest upheaval in EU Customs proceedures ever. The seminar in which I am speaking is a great opportunity for attendees to gain greater understanding and address any concerns they have about the many Customs and regulatory changes the industry is facing.
“The fact that an even larger hall is needed this year means ASM will have the opportunity to meet and catch up with customers both present and future, to accurately determine the market’s needs going forwards and to position the company to meet these demands.
“I would invite all attendees to visit our stand, to meet and engage with ASM and learn what makes us the leading UK-based software house for the global supply chain.”
ASM will be exhibiting on stand 952 at the Multimodal 2010 exhibition at the NEC Birmingham from April 27 – 29, 2010.
ASM is a not-for-profit company owned by its users and is at the forefront in pioneering business critical software solutions for the freight industry. A large team of highly motivated individuals can draw on a depth of knowledge and skills allowing the management of the complete product life cycle from initial analysis and design through development to distribution and support of industry-critical software. 50 percent of the top 30 IATA forwarders in the UK already enjoy the significant benefits of ASM membership.
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