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Seattle, USA – May 12, 2023 – Transparent Path, a leading Seattle-based real-time supply chain visibility company, is excited to announce its participation in the Caspian Agro Expo from May 17-19, in Baku, Azerbaijan. This exhibition marks the company’s first foray into Eastern Europe and a significant step in expanding its global presence.
The company will be demonstrating its Transparent Path Visibility Platform and debuting its new ProofTracker™ shipment tracking device. These state-of-the-art logistics technologies aim to attract new customers shipping agricultural products such as fruits, produce, juices, and wines.
Significant return on investment
One of the key benefits of Transparent Path’s technology is its cost-effectiveness. Preventing just one shipment of local food from entering landfills can easily cover the service cost for an entire year. Producers stand to recover millions of Azerbaijani manat or Georgian lari typically lost to supply chain mishaps. By harnessing the power of real-time visibility, producers can see a return on investment that ranges from 20:1 to 40:1. This is a remarkable value proposition in the current market.
For this event, Transparent Path’s travel and exhibition costs were sponsored by the US Agency for International Development (USAID). Attending as part of the US delegation, the company will be exhibiting in the USA Pavilion. CEO Eric Weaver and CTO Sunil Koduri will be representing Transparent Path at the expo.
Reducing waste and creating greener logistics
“We’re thrilled to introduce our logistics technologies to the region,” said Eric Weaver, CEO of Transparent Path. “Our goal is to help Azerbaijan and Georgia boost their agricultural exports through superior supply chain visibility. We’re grateful to USAID for not only sponsoring this trip but also facilitating introductions to government officials and trade associations. In addition to saving money, local companies can keep food out of landfills. We also believe that the implementation of our eco-friendly sensors can meet and exceed the high environmental standards put forth by the European Union for trade partners.”
Transparent Path’s participation comes at a crucial time. Azerbaijan and Georgia seek to increase agricultural exports to other countries using the Middle Corridor China-to-Europe trade route. The company’s logistics technologies can monitor and protect exported perishables. The resulting fresher, higher-quality food products can enhance local growers’ and processors’ reputations.
Transparent Path envisions the Middle Corridor as an opportunity for Azerbaijan and Georgia to implement the latest “smart” technologies. By doing so, these countries can make their portions of the route the most secure and technologically advanced. The company has outlined these transformative opportunities in a recent article, available on their website.
For more information about Transparent Path and their offerings, visit their website at transparentpath.com.
About Transparent Path
Transparent Path spc is a Seattle-based company focused on building advanced supply chain visibility technologies. Its mission is to keep products out of landfills, reducing costs, waste and risk around perishables goods. These goods include food, medicines, blood/plasma, and chemicals.
Transparent Path’s secure, scalable, real-time platform is powered by proprietary IoT sensors, cloud software, and predictive AI. It provides manufacturers, processors, logistics partners and retailers with the ability to see and act upon supply chain issues immedialy. As a result, Transparent Path’s customers know immediately when something goes wrong.
Headquartered in the US, Transparent Path was founded by Eric Weaver, a 30-year enterprise transformation specialist. Previously, Weaver launched the Xerox Customer Experience Practice, where he managed a $550M services book of business. Joining him on his team are senior executives from IBM, Amazon, Microsoft, Target, Kraft, and General Mills.
Please visit transparentpath.com to learn more.
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