Insight • December 18 ,2023

Kaleris Wins 2023 Top Software & Tech Award

TOPIC • Asset Owners, Repair Facilities, Kaleris Insight, Manufacturer, Ocean Carriers, Ports & Terminals, Shippers & 3PLs

Kaleris Wins 2023 Top Software & Tech Award

-Kaleris’s Yard Management System, Execution & Visibility Platform recognized as best-of-breed supply chain solutions-

ATLANTADec. 6, 2023 — Kaleris, a leading global provider of supply chain software, was awarded the 2023 Top Software & Tech Award for both its Execution & Visibility Platform and Yard Management System. The award is presented by Food Logistics, a publication dedicated to covering the movement of product through the global cold food supply chain, and Supply & Demand Chain Executive, the only publication covering the entire global supply chain.

The award spotlights new-to-market software and technology solutions in the supply chain space, with a focus on solutions that deliver the best value. Kaleris was recognized in the two most competitive categories in the program: the Supply Chain Visibility Solutions category and the WMS/TMS software category. 

A winner in the Supply Chain Visibility Solutions category, the Kaleris Execution & Visibility Platform (EVP) is a cloud-based logistics solution that empowers organizations to control and optimize the movement of goods throughout their supply chain operations. The platform layers visibility over powerful execution solutions in a connected ecosystem. EVP gathers timely, accurate, and useful data from important nodes and trading partners across the network. Organizations can see what’s happening and then act within the same application to improve operations, proactively address issues, and drive innovation.

Instead of creating thousands of one-to-one connections with their trading partners, ports, port communities, shippers and carriers can make a single connection to EVP. They can then use cloud-based applications within the platform to communicate, collaborate, and execute business processes in more efficient, scalable, and innovative ways. EVP leverages Artificial Intelligence to make the most of real-time data. It applies advanced models to the data generated in the platform, feeding the results back into Kaleris systems for yard, terminal, and transportation management to enhance operations and move cargo more intelligently, safely, and in an environmentally friendly manner.

The Kaleris Yard Management System was recognized in the WMS/TMS category for adding a driver pre-check-in app & kiosk and Enterprise Visibility Suite in 2023.  

As organizations modernize their yards to gain a competitive advantage, sites that create better experiences for drivers and leverage their entire yard network to its full potential achieve the greatest results. With the driver app and kiosk, facilities can reduce check-in time per arrival by over 80% while also accelerating gate velocity. The functionality also helps drivers navigate a yard faster and more easily while at the same time providing clear information and greater convenience. 

The Enterprise Visibility Suite consolidates data across all yard sites running the Kaleris YMS in a company’s network for single-pane visibility into their capacity, accessorial charge management, inbound processing, and more, providing the KPIs to support exception management and better outcomes across the network. Any organization with more than one yard can leverage the Enterprise Visibility Suite to gather insights and take actions that drive out operational costs.     

 “We are honored to be recognized by two of the most trusted sources for supply chain news and information,” said Kirk Knuaff, CEO of Kaleris. “This win speaks to our commitment to serve our customers by delivering top-tier innovation that advances their goals.” 

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About Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive 

Food Logistics reaches more than 26,000 supply chain executives in the global food and beverage industries, including executives in the food sector (growers, producers, manufacturers, wholesalers and grocers) and the logistics section (transportation, warehousing, distribution, software and technology) who share a mutual interest in the operations and business aspects of the global cold food supply chain. Supply & Demand Chain Executive is the only supply chain publication covering the entire global supply chain, focusing on trucking, warehousing, packaging, procurement, risk management, professional development and more. Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive also operate SCN Summit and Women in Supply Chain Forum. Go to and to learn more.