Labelmaster, the leading provider of labels, packaging and technology for the safe and compliant transport of dangerous goods and hazardous materials (hazmat), today announced the integration of its Dangerous Goods Information System (DGIS) with ShipERP, a leading multi-carrier shipping software provider. The partnership provides a seamless solution for managing the entire DG shipping process and ensures compliance with the latest regulations.
As the leading SAP-integrated shipping solution, ShipERP provides advanced shipping management functionality to users of the SAP ERP system, and helps businesses seamlessly integrate more than 250 shipping carriers to realize a more efficient shipping operation while reducing freight costs. With this enterprise solution, businesses can fulfill shipping requirements, including small parcel, less than truckload (LTL) or a combination, using integrated carrier real-time rate quoting, tracking, proof of delivery, transportation planning, shipping compliance and many other functionalities.
“The complex, ever-evolving nature of hazmat regulations makes shipping those goods challenging and time-consuming,” said Joseph Cabrera, managing partner, ShipERP. “Integrating DGIS with ShipERP will help automate the process and reduce the risk of fines or delayed shipments by ensuring shipments are in full compliance with the latest regulations. This not only helps take the guesswork out of transporting hazardous goods, but also streamlines the shipping process to create a more efficient supply chain.”
With the integration of DGIS into ShipERP’s enterprise shipping software, users will be able to create compliant shipping documents, labels and more within a single interface, while DGIS validates DG data against the latest rules and regulations, including carrier variations that may differ from other industry or government regulatory bodies. This reduces the chance for a rejected shipment or fines due to noncompliance. In addition, diagrams for packing and markings will provide visual instruction to further ensure employees across the supply chain are preparing DG shipments properly.
“Maintaining a smooth and efficient supply chain is more important than ever as businesses around the world are working hard to navigate a range of supply chain challenges and disruptions,” said Kristen Dapore, director business strategy, Labelmaster. “Shipping hazmat adds another level of complexity and risk to the supply chain, so we’re excited to partner with ShipERP to provide a best-in-class DG shipping software that will enable its users to better manage shipping operations and further promote a safe and compliant supply chain.”