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transport logistic China and transfairlog: Riege presents new features in Scope 4.2

Meerbusch, Germany – Meerbusch-based Riege Software International GmbH will attend two trade shows in June 2012 to unveil the latest release of Scope®, which is Riege’s transport management system for air and sea freight and customs clearance.

The family-run company will be at transport logistic China from 5 to 7 June in the German Pavilion of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology where they will have a 20 square meter stand. Riege Software International has attended the exhibition every year since 2006.

For the fifth time, transport logistic China will be staged at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. It is widely regarded as Asia’s most influential trade show for logistics, telematics and transport. Munich-based organiser Messe München has reported further growth in visitor and exhibitor numbers: more than 480 companies (440 in 2010) from 42 countries have now signed up to for an area of 22,000 square metres (2010: 15.000 m²). At the same time, Air Cargo China will be held as Asia’s top air freight trade show as part of the larger exhibition. With 70 exhibitors (2010: 61) and 30 per cent more exhibition space, this event is also reporting gains. Riege Software International will be represented by company founder and Chairman Johannes Riege and Patrick Ling, Managing Director Asia Pacific.

The new logistics show transfairlog will open its gates from 12 to 14 June 2012. Geared to business in north and north-east Europe, this year’s slogan for the fair is “New Ways For New Challenges”. Specifically, the exhibition in Hamburg will focus on logistics chains, the traffic they handle, service providers and component suppliers. Riege Software International will also be taking advantage of the new venue as a co-exhibitor with ths air cargo services in Hall A4, Stand 454. Johannes Riege will be greeting visitors to the stand.

At both shows, Riege will present the features and changes in Release 4.2 of its transport management system Scope. The transport management system, which is aimed specifically at handling and managing air and sea freight and customs clearance, stands out with its intelligent user interface and intuitive operability. Scope is used by leading transport and logistics companies and carriers around the globe. The system comes in many different language versions and country-specific modules for customs clearance.

Among the new developments in Release 4.2 are numerous expansions to order tracking. Templates are now available to define types of deliveries and points are automatically tracked through the delivery process. The shipment monitor now displays a list of all tracked deliveries.

There is also a new filter function that employees can set up with their own settings and filters. A great many predefined filter criteria are included ready for use.

With the new Scope release, service providers with a branch organisation can now set up products for sale or service levels individually per country or branch. The applied rate is automatically used by Scope in the billing process.

Other changes include simplified processing of customs formalities for air and sea freight. As a result of these innovations, Scope is now even more user-friendly and powerful. Riege Software International is continually investing in the development of its transport management system Scope. The new functions will be provided to users free of charge.

About Riege Software International

Riege Software International, based in Meerbusch, near Düsseldorf, Germany is one of the leading providers of comprehensive software solutions for air and sea freight forwarding and customs applications. With some 80 staff, more than 300 clients and branches in Europe, Asia, North America and Australia, the family-owned company has been a trusted partner of forwarders, carriers and manufacturing businesses for the last 25 years. The list of long-term users of Riege’s software solutions includes Dachser, DB Schenker, Jet-Speed, Kerry Logistics, Logwin, Pan Asia Logistics, SDV Geis, UTi and Zufall.

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