HOOFDDORP, the Netherlands: Container Centralen A/S leading supplier of CC Containers and the owner of the CC Pool System for the horticultural and retail sector in Europe has been making many changes since its reorganization in 2012 improving their services and approach towards customers. Now they are pleased to announce the signing of a multi-year contract with Today IT, a prominent international market leader in software solutions for Reusable Packaging Management (RPM).
Today IT will support Container Centralen to transition from currently used CC LogLink to Avalanche, a software application that provides all the features necessary for administrating and managing returnable transport items. Avalanche will bring CC faster and easier administration of managed items and will enable higher rotations in managed pools as well.
– “Our customers expect good service, and they ought to know that we care.” Roel de Jong says.
– “We believe that in constant improvement and change we will be able to meet our customers’ expectations. The introduction of Avalanche will contribute to that process.”
– “Management of RTI’s will be easy, efficient and timesaving by using Avalanche of TODAY IT!” – Tom Klein, CCO at Today IT, says.
Avalanche will serve as the central operational and pool management system for CC. It will be rolled out gradually to support future business and new services across Europe. Avalanche will replace several dispersed systems to bring improved efficiency through centralization and standardization of workflows.
Today IT, based in Delft in the Netherlands, is an international market leader in software solutions for Reusable Packaging Management (RPM). They are providing both standard and tailor-made solutions. Today IT enables companies of all sizes to gain more control over their valuable transport items, to streamline their processes, save time and to prevent losses.
Today IT’s solutions are used by more than 15.000 users in over 20 countries and supports the management of more than 4.500 different types of Reusable Packaging Management (RPM), representing a value of more than 1 billion euro. Although initially aimed at the horticultural market, Today IT’s solutions are now used in a wide variety of markets like the automotive, retail, transport, logistics and pooling market.
Pictured are Roel de Jong, Tom Klein, Krishan Dahoe (left to right).