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Press Releases from Agency Sector Management (8 total)

AGENCY SECTOR MANAGEMENT WINS MICROSOFT CERTIFIED PARTNER STATUS

Agency Sector Management (UK) Ltd, the leading software provider to the UK freight forwarding industry, today has achieved Certified Partner status in the Microsoft Partner Programme, recognising ASM’s expertise with Microsoft technologies and total impact on the technology market place. “Only companies that have demonstrated high levels of customer service, proved their experience and attained advanced certification receive the designation of Microsoft Certified Partner,” said Allison Watson, vice president of

ASM ADDS FURTHER SAD-H SEMINARS

The freight industry’s provider of leading edge software, Agency Sector Management (ASM), has announced a series of additional SAD Harmonisation (SAD-H) training seminars in response to significant interest from freight industry professionals. The one-day seminars are in addition to a series recently held at ASM’s Middlesex headquarters and one in Manchester. The additional seminars will be run in the East Midlands, Glasgow, Belfast, Heathrow, Stansted and Bristol. “We have been very pleased

ASM ADDS FURTHER SAD-H SEMINARS

The freight industry’s provider of leading edge software, Agency Sector Management (ASM), has announced a series of additional SAD Harmonisation (SAD-H) training seminars in response to significant interest from freight industry professionals. The one-day seminars are in addition to a series recently held at ASM’s Middlesex headquarters and one in Manchester. The additional seminars will be run in the East Midlands, Glasgow, Belfast, Heathrow, Stansted and Bristol. “We have been very pleased

ASM CUSTOMS SOFTWARE DELIVERS SAD H FUNCTIONALITY

Agency Sector Management (ASM) has released Version 11.1 of GeMS, providing users with full compliance for the SAD Harmonisation changes to be implemented from 1st October by HM Revenue & Customs. GeMS (Global E- cargo Management System) provides users with an integrated cargo management solution, including a consistent interface for import and export processing and all documentation. ASM’s chairman Peter MacSwiney says: “SAD H implementation will commence on 1st

CARGOWISE EDI AND AGENCY SECTOR MANAGEMENT (UK) ANNOUNCE COLLABORATION AGREEMENT

CargoWise edi - cargowise.com - award winning provider of global integrated forwarding and logistics software solutions, has signed a collaboration agreement with Agency Sector Management (UK) - www.asm.org.uk - the UK’s leading developer of customs brokerage software and first class support for UK freight forwarders and shippers. The agreement sees CargoWise edi’s award winning ediEnterprise global platform fully integrating with the powerful Customs processing capabilities of ASM’s GeMS (Global eCargo

AGENCY SECTOR MANAGEMENT SOWS THE SEEDS OF SEQUOIA PROJECT

Agency Sector Management (UK) Ltd, the UK’s leading provider of software solutions for the freight industry, is set to commence development work on a replacement for its Global eCargo Management System (GeMS). Comments Peter MacSwiney, chairman of ASM: “The European freight and logistics industry is on the brink of massive changes. The move to a harmonised Single Administrative Document (SADH) and the changes being introduced as part of the EU Multi

ASM TO DELIVER SAD H FUNCTIONALITY DESPITE CUSTOMS DELAYS

Agency Sector Management (UK) Ltd (ASM) has confirmed that it will still release Version 11 of GeMS (Global eCargo Management System) software in July, despite this week’s announcement by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) that the phase-in of the new harmonised SAD (Single Administrative Document) SAD H will be delayed. GeMS provides users with an integrated cargo management solution with a consistent interface for import and export processing and documentation. Version

AGENCY SECTOR MANAGEMENT CHAIRMAN WARNS OF TRADE CHAOS

The head of the freight industry's leading software organisation warned importers, exporters and forwarders to brace themselves for major disruption when Customs switch over to a new system on July 1st, this year. Peter MacSwiney, chairman of Agency Sector Management (UK) Ltd, warned a conference at ASM’s headquarters near Heathrow that current plans to implement new regulations, based on the new harmonised SAD (Single Administrative Document) could lead to