Apex Logistics relies on QuestaWeb technology for its customs brokerage needs

QuestaWeb, Inc., provider of web-native, integrated global trade management software solutions, has announced that Apex Logistics, a global supply chain solutions provider with a reach extending across six continents, is using QuestaWeb's customs brokerage technology, including its specially designed accounting functionality for brokers, to power its customs operations.

The solution also allows Apex customers to track and trace shipments as their products move globally.

Apex established its Customs Brokerage Services in 2013 and, from the start, turned to QuestaWeb technology. Across the past three years, QuestaWeb's automated solution, in concert with Apex's professional staff, has ensured that necessary government declarations are accurate and timely for imports and exports.

Moreover, the software allows Apex to provide remote filing of all customs entries for all shipments moving into the United States, saving clients time and effort, while minimizing risk.

Tatyana Antonetty, General Manager of Customs Brokerage at Apex Logistics, said, "I cannot say enough good things about QuestaWeb. Their technology is excellent. Plus, they have several licensed brokers on staff who are very knowledgeable about all things related to customs.

QuestaWeb is always up-to-date on all of the regulations, with software updates ready to go ahead of time. We were ready for the Customs and Border Protection move to the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) well before the mandatory use dates."

Wayne Slossberg, Senior Vice President, QuestaWeb, said, "Apex Logistics is a firm on the move, expanding both its business and its reach globally. Part of the reason behind its success is the added value and services it offers. Such services allow the firm to level the playing field and compete with the 'big guys.' QuestaWeb is proud that its technology is part of Apex's formula for success."

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