providing performance and visibility KPIs on your shipments & documents.
of inbox enabling you to see active shipments & documents in one place.
allowing you to choose from a list of all standard templates, recently used, or saved lists.
can be manual for any missing data, or data can be uploaded from ERP, CTRM, TMS via OpenAPI to create a full set of draft.
Send Draft Docs for Approval
to managers and other relevant teams such as finance. Assemble displays the status of the approval and any comments, plus a preview of the documents.
the process by adding signatures and stamps to the draft docs you generated, following all approvals and collection of third-party docs. All docs are stored in the Archive folder for 12 years.
$22.50 per document set
with a minimum fee of $225/month
with a minimum fee of $225/month
*rates quoted are USD, with converted equvalents available in the following currencies: EUR/AUD/CAD/SGD
15% if paying annually upfront
Dry or Wet Bulk
Features Coming Soon
What shipping modes does the solution cover?
Assemble beta covers maritime container shipments (Liner) only, and will subsequently extend to allow use for any combination of transportation mode, i.e. maritime bulk, plus air, truck and rail
What languages does the solution support?
CargoDocs Express Apps, including the Assemble App, will first be made available in English only, with work underway to extend to Spanish, Mandarin, French, Russian and Arabic
How can you draft docs?
Drafting can be (i) from scratch via manual data entry, (ii) from previous historical shipments, via ‘active’ copying (with or without shipment data), (iii) via interface to your in-house ERP or other system, automatically populating relevant fields
What can be connected to the essDOCS Open API?
Any system, including ERP, core banking, trading, trade finance, shipping and container line systems/solutions
Who can be involved in drafting docs?
Anyone required, i.e. exporter, shipper, drafter/agent on behalf of shipper, forwarder or carrier etc.
What standard templates are included out-of-the-box
The initial Assemble Beta release comes with 17 standard templates, which will shortly be extended to over 50 templates. Templates currently covered include: Commercial Invoice, Packing List, Forwarding Instructions, Shipper's Letter of Instructions, Pro-forma Invoice , Pro-forma Letter of Credit, Cargo Manifest, Certificate of Origin, Bank Draft, Document Presentation form, Stowage Plan, Notice of Completeness , Shippers Weight Certificate, Shipment Advice, Beneficiary Certificate, Verified Gross Mass (VGM), Packing Declaration
What B/L templates can be added/used?
The Assemble beta release focuses on supporting documents for Containerized exports, so doesn’t include any bill of lading or transport document type
Do I need to re-type data?
Not necessarily, data can flow from an interface or from shipment-level documents across all sets, or within a set across all documents within that set
Who can I share draft documents with to review/approve?
Our Collab feature allows you to securely share draft documents with any party via our web portal; docs can be shared with strict controls such that a party can only view or edit the documents specifically chosen by the drafter
Can I sign/deliver documents in Assemble?
You can add an image of a signature to non-title/non-negotiable documents and share them securely within Assemble; in addition you can push drafts into our legal, IG-Approved title document solution, Exchange (formerly DocEx), for electronic signing of title/negotiable documents