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Pfastship Launches NT Extended Supply Chain Shipping Package

Pfastship Worldwide Logistics Inc. announced its extended supply chain shipping software, Pfastship 2000 Windows NT.

Developed to integrate to advanced ERP, order entry, accounting, and enterprise systems and utilizing Active-X, TCP/IP Winsock, and ODBC connectivity, Pfastship 2000 Windows NT obtains order information directly from the enterprise system in real time while incorporating custom business rules.

New features include carton tracking and inquiry, which provides customer service the ability to receive information in real time using Pfastpack, an additional module offered by Pfastpack. The product can automatically consolidate multiple orders and print all required labels, manifests, and documentation necessary for shipping.

Contact Pfastship, www.pfastship.com.

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