Master your digital supply chain

Accuracy, transparency and reliability aren’t only important in the movement of physical goods. Every bit and byte of your digital operations keep the wheels of your supply chain moving.

Integration with Crossfire means that your business and customers can always find data where it needs to be.

Reduce manual entry, enable automatic delivery notifications and electronically receive transport bookings with your data, integrated.

Link your TMS and business-critical systems

Automate data flow between you and your partners’ most important systems.

Why Crossfire?



Case Study

Tri-Star's competitive edge through integration

Crossfire has been Tri-Star's integration partner for over a decade, handling all integration requirements across their 3PL and Freight Forwarding operations so they can focus on what they do best.

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Automate your supply chain

Transform your transport and logistics business with industry-tailored integration

  • Receive and accept bookings

    Effortlessly manage and accept incoming transport orders and requests.

  • Generate transport labels

    Tag and track shipments quickly with transport label generation.

  • Transport orders

    Have Crossfire send a pickup request to your courier or transport company when you complete a shipment.
  • Status updates and tracking

    Automatically feed status updates, delivery notifications and tracking information back to your customers.

  • 3PL orders and shipments

    Send sales orders directly to your 3PL, with real-time updates as they’re shipped.

  • Generate POD

    Produce proof of delivery and receive POD notifications. Give customers instant access to signatures.

Leverage Crossfire’s integration engine

Having been optimised over 30 years, the Crossfire Platform is the central intersection where integration messages are received, translated and sent.

It provides a single entry point for your system to connect to, whilst giving you a suite of integrations to leverage.

With dashboard and performance metrics built in, and the ability to add custom rules based on an extensive library of functions, unlock the power of integration and automation with Crossfire’s platform.

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A solution specific to supply chain

Reduce costs, win back time, cut down errors and improve business relationships.

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Eliminate manual entry

No more keying orders or human errors with powerful automation.

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See across the whole route

Take control of data flow across your entire supply chain by tracking events, deliveries and receipts as well as shipping updates.

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Works with courier, LCL and FCL

Integrate systems and data regardless of the type of transport you offer.


How to make your company’s supply chain integration world-class

Having full visibility and timeframes of shipments isn’t some utopia or false promise, this capability exists now with EDI and API integration.

Prioritise connectivity by integrating across your ecosystem of partners and systems.

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We work with a range of transport companies including Linfox, Mainfreight, Netlogix, Qube, Toll and many more.

On the rare occasion that we don't work with a system that your business uses, our expert team will be able to easily configure and integrate with your systems based on your requirements. You can view all of the systems we connect to here.

We work with most Transport Management and in-cab systems including iCOS Live, Truckmate, Cargowise, Shipwire as well as our supply chain software partner Origin.

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Supply chain integration can be a problem or competitive advantage

Integrating with some of the world’s largest shipping lines, logistics operators, warehouses, local customs brokers and transport companies is easier said than done.

If done well, it becomes a strategic tool in winning other new contracts and building additional credibility in the market.

Why? Because the exchange of data between systems is just as important as the movement of goods in the chain.

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