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Jade capitalises on Middle East demand

New Zealand tech firm Jade Software is opening an office in the Middle East to build on the success of its port management software Master Terminal.

New Zealand tech firm Jade Software is opening an office in the Middle East to build on the success of its port management software Master Terminal.

 

Captain Kaustubh Dalvi, director of business development for Jade Logistics, says the Middle East has become a "strategic location" of "significant growth".


 

Jade has developed relationships with industry players such as Gulftainer and Milaha (formerly Qatar Navigation Port Services), where its terminal operating software is being implemented at the Port of Doha.

 

Its Master Terminal software helps ports in New Zealand, Brazil, Doha, Italy, Iraq, Georgia, UAE, US and Poland to improve the efficiency of managing containers and other cargo.


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