INTERNATIONAL supply chain and data solutions specialist, BluJay Solutions, has announced it has acquired Expedient Software.
Expedient provides customs and forwarding software solutions for the logistics market in Australia and New Zealand.
“We continue to strategically invest in technologies that enable frictionless supply chains for our customers,” said BluJay CEO Andrew Kirkwood.
“As a major player in the Australian customs and forwarding market, Expedient brings highly complementary technology to BluJay’s portfolio, along with a knowledgeable team to bolster our presence and expertise in the Asia-Pacific market.
“We are delighted to welcome Expedient Software’s team and customer base to BluJay.”
Expedient managing director Scott Craven said as part of BluJay, they would continue to provide efficient software for customers while gaining the strength of a global company.
“Our customers will benefit from an expanded footprint in Australia, New Zealand, and throughout the region, plus world-class support and infrastructure community, to best serve their needs,” Mr Craven said.
“We are excited about the future with BluJay.”
Expedient is based in Melbourne, Australia.
The company is to integrate with the global BluJay team, which has Asia-Pacific offices in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, China, and India.
“This region, Australia and New Zealand in particular, represents a significant market for global trade,” said Doug Surrett, chief strategy officer at BluJay Solutions. “Joining forces with Expedient not only expands our customs connectivity in these countries but also demonstrates our commitment to serving multi-national companies and domestic forwarders in this region.” Expedient Software has been in operation for 30 years and was the first logistics software supplier in Australia.