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Splice in the News

VIPC Awards Commonwealth Commercialization Fund Grant to Splice Technologies to Automate Supply Chain Logistics

By: Virginia Innovation Partnership Corporation | August 15, 2023 | 

VIPC today announced that Splice  has been awarded a Commonwealth Commercialization Fund (CCF) grant to support the growth of Splice Exports. 

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Splice Logistics Data-Sharing Platform Awarded Grant for Exports Product Extension

By: EIN Presswire | August 15, 2023 |

The product extension will simplify the validation of invoices for detention and demurrage fees by collating and reporting information currently tracked by Splice.
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2023 Georgia Logistics Summit Delivers Port, Logistics Strategies, Insights in Savannah, Georgia

By: Georgia Center of Innovation | March 10, 2023 |

The Georgia Center of Innovation hosted more than 800 attendees at the 2023 Georgia Logistics Summit, where Splice CEO Kevin Speers shared his thoughts on logistics and technology.

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Getting into the flow: VC firm launches program for Savannah Logistics Technology Corridor

By: Nancy Guan | November 14, 2022 |

Splice was part of a showcase of leading tech companies in Savannah, where its "bevy of tools to increase interoperability within the logistics sector" were highlighted. 

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More of Silicon Valley Looks to Plug into Atlanta & Savannah Talent

By: Maija Ehlinger | September 1, 2022 |

Plug and Play Tech Center, the world’s largest innovation platform, is “plugging” into the Atlanta and Savannah ecosystems to expand the startup and corporate innovation landscape. 

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Twelve startups selected in first batch of Savannah Logistics Innovation Center and Plug
and Play’s Accelerator Program

By: Georgia Southern University | August 26, 2022 |

The Savannah Logistics Innovation Center (SLIC), a public-private partnership co-led by Georgia Southern University, and Plug and Play, a Silicon-Valley based venture capital firm and corporate innovation platform launched their first cohort that included Splice.

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ZEBOX America's new batch of startups to reimagine global logistics and mobility

By: ZEBOX America | August 24, 2022 |

Splice and 8 other startups were selected to join CMA CGM's accelerator, which includes BNSF, Cargomatic, CEVA Logistics, EDRAY, Ingram Industries, project44, the Port of Virginia, TRAC Intermodal, and RoadOne as corporate partners. 

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Twelve startups selected in first batch of Savannah Logistics Innovation Center and Plug and Play's accelerator program

By: Plug and Play | August 18, 2022 |

Splice was selected into the first cohort of tech startups at Plug and Play Savannah's supply chain accelerator. 

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Information Sharing in Supply Chains

By: Innovate Hampton Roads | March 17, 2022 |


When information systems cannot easily share information, they can create costly inefficiencies and slow down supply chains. Kevin Speers, CEO at Splice, shared his views on driving collaboration in spite of incompatible systems and applications.

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Splice Introduces Its Yard Management System and Changes the Spelling of Its Name

By: GlobalTrade Magazine | September 16, 2021 |


Today Splice announced the launch of Yard Spot, its integrated yard management system application built on the foundation of Splice. The cloud-based application combines numerous sources of data in a common operating view to reduce turn-times, avoid detention fees, and increase productivity of container yards.

Additionally, Splice announced that it has changed the spelling of its name. “The magic of Splice is analogous to splicing rope. We take existing applications and data and weave them together to make something stronger and more useful for supply chain and logistics operations,” said CEO Kevin Speers.

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Software startup takes on logistics data fragmentation

By: Journal of Commerce | May 18, 2022 |


Seeing an opportunity to help shippers and transportation providers with the arduous — but potentially rewarding — task of connecting and automating the flow of data between disparate operating systems led Kevin Speers and Chris Ruddick to create Norfolk, Virginia-based Splyc last year.


“Splyc normalizes the information so it works with the integrations we have and will build out,” Ruddick, the company’s chief technology officer, told “We take the port’s API information and make it more actionable for the user on the other end.”

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