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Broden - Maersk Sealand Case Study (2081 words)
Today, Maersk is the general agent for the A.P. Moller Group in North America and its fleet of 120 vessels calls on 6,000 ports in over 35 countries.
GAMP allows Maersk to track, in real time, how much cargo each customer is shipping, where it is going, the mix of cargo and the rates being paid by each customer and on each container.
Given that GAMP has over 10 million records, it is quite an accomplishment for Maersk to be able to put this amount of information in the hands of their field reps in a manageable and up to date format.
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