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BluJay Solutions acquires Blackbay Ltd

BluJay Solutions, a provider of supply chain software and services, has acquired Blackbay Ltd, a provider of mobility-enabled solutions for the transport and logistics industry.

With the acquisition, BluJay expands its mobile offerings with comprehensive shipment tracking and proof-of-delivery capture.

Doug Braun, CEO of BluJay Solutions, said, “Adding Blackbay to our Global Trade Network is a highly valuable and ideal extension of BluJay’s offering, expanding customers’ visibility into the supply chain and each stage of delivery.”

Nigel Doust, CEO of Blackbay, said, “We are thrilled to be a part of BluJay Solutions, whose global reach and approach to delivering value is a perfect match for our team. BluJay brings market-leading transportation management, warehouse management and customs management solutions to Blackbay’s customers, and provides the scale to take full advantage of Blackbay’s transformational mobility solutions.”

Blackbay’s highly scalable and configurable platform connects the shipper, operations, management, driver and end-customer with real-time data and automated workflows that address the “last mile” of the supply chain—recognized as the most complex and challenging aspect of the industry.

With an ecosystem of supply chain software, services, and the first Global Trade Network, BluJay unlocks the power of more than 40,000 universally connected partners so companies can achieve greater trade velocity, transform their supply chain economics for disruptive advantage and see beyond the horizon to optimize their future in the global economy.

Blackbay, headquartered in the United Kingdom with offices in Australia and New Zealand, will fully integrate with the global BluJay team. The two companies have partnered for nearly a year with a significant customer in Asia using the world-class mobility platform.

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