NEW YORK, March 22, 2012 /CNW/ - Aquasil International Inc. (PINKSHEETS: AQUS).
Los Angeles, America's largest port which handles 40% of the commodities imported into the U.S., is the headquarters and location for Oveldi Worldwide Shipping's latest sales effort. Past sales efforts have resulted in meetings with The Home Depot(r), Mattel, Inc. and Pier 1 Imports of Fort Worth, Texas; companies that import more than 90% of their product lines and wares could greatly benefit from the advantages offered by Oveldi's proprietary software, EviCAT. Oveldi's focus in Los Angeles is to attract highly skilled individuals with experience in maritime shipping or production line management and who have the contacts to quickly spread the word about EviCAT. Recruiting efforts will be coordinated from Oveldi's Los Angeles office at 952 North Western Avenue. Please contact the company at 323-250-3290 for information on the company or about EviCAT production line software.
Oveldi's integrated solution, EviCAT™, is designed to provide complete order and shipment tracking. We achieve this by monitoring each piece of an order, updating the status of each piece throughout the production cycles, providing accurate and up to the minute information to interested parties. It is quite simple: Any authorized user of the system can follow the progress of an entire production cycle, down to each individual piece, remotely as it makes its way from the production line to the shipping line to the final destination. Knowing precisely where an order is allows the recipient to accurately plan to receive the order. Marketing campaigns can be accurately planned, warehousing requirements can be established with plenty of lead time and production or shipping delays, which are common, are no longer a surprise.
In addition to the commercial advantages EviCAT™ delivers, it can also be connected to the United States Department of Homeland Security and the United States Customs and Border Protection services, the European Economic Union's CCT (Common Customs and Tariffs) and the Canadian Border Services Agency, which are rapidly changing the laws governing container shipments into the United States, Europe and Canada. Many countries, including China (which is the world's largest exporter of container goods) have agreed to comply with new regulations but are years away from complete compliance. Each manufacturer using EviCAT™ can become fully compliant once the system is integrated with the CRM and manufacturing systems.
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Oveldi Worldwide Shipping Group
952 N. Western Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90029
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