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Startup automates international supply chain security

June 26, 2024
With growing demand for secure international trucking operations, digitized security protocols and international standard compliance are key.

As trade with Mexico grows, demand for transborder trucking rises—as does the value of a secure international supply chain.

One tech startup is helping companies to enhance the security of their international supply chains.

“The way [companies] have been running these programs historically has been on paper,” Miguel Olivo, CEO and founder of Zerio, told FleetOwner. “Inspections and all that are just on sheets of paper and spreadsheets right now. One thing we’ve been focusing on is digitizing those workflows.”

Zerio provides a platform to ensure consistent security protocols and automate compliance with international standards.

Automate CTPAT compliance

About the Author

Jeremy Wolfe | Editor

Editor Jeremy Wolfe joined the FleetOwner team in February 2024. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point with majors in English and Philosophy. He previously served as Editor for Endeavor Business Media's Water Group publications.

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