“Intelligent networking – mastering complexity” – this is the motto of the upcoming LogiMAT (Messe Stuttgart, February 25-27, 2014). In this way, the trade fair managers have brought the situation in logistics to the fore: Customers today expect highly efficient logistics while at the same time flexible processes. Software and consulting companies have therefore long been relying on a wide range of products, modular software and a wide range of know-how.
One of these companies is dbh Logistics IT AG (dbh). The North German software house is a regular guest at LogiMAT as an exhibitor and has been on the market for more than forty years. Among other things, it has made a name for itself as a manufacturer of the ATLAS-certified customs software Advantage Customs. dbh stands for flexibility and competence, which the Bremen-based trade fair once again proves with its focus topics.
Supplier declaration and preference calculation
The management of supplier declarations can become a time-consuming event in the absence of standards. Advantage Preference, a software from the dbh customs portfolio, provides users with meaningful support. In addition, the complete detection of commodity origins is also possible. This creates the conditions for the performance of preference certificates.
Compliance und Risk Management
In national and international trade, there are a variety of laws and regulations that companies have to comply with – for example, the choice of business partners. It is the responsibility of the company to comply with applicable regulations, otherwise there is a risk of severe penalties. Finding the right tariff number is also a complex task that requires a number of parameters. And is there even a trade embargo? in this difficult topic environment, dbh offers various solutions and advice, for example on sanction list screening, classification, export control or even tax law issues.
Efficient shipping system for modern trading processes
Another focus of the software and consulting company is the advantage delivery system, with its development dbh is in full trend. According to the Federal Association of German Mail Order (bvh), the e-commerce division is currently experiencing rapid growth. In the first quarter of 2013 alone, German mail order sales recorded an increase in sales of just under 19.4 percent. An efficient shipping software with interfaces to KEP and parcel service providers,which is easy to use thanks to touch functions, is just right.
The booth of dbh is located in hall 5, booth 464
LogiMAT (Messe Stuttgart, 25 to 27 February 2014)