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Gain full transparency with logistics data integration

Connecting siloed supply chain systems and translating data of all kinds, Splice is a modern middleware built for logistics data integration. Access your full data stack through one solution, and connect to more customers and logistics partners as you scale, without IT dependency.


One solution for shipping & warehouse logistics data

Integrate logistics data.

  • Connect legacy systems with current applications.

  • Improve operational agility without the rollout of new software.

  • Save on resources with pre-configured integrations.

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Automate supply chain workflows.

  • Combine inputs from ocean carriers, ports, internal systems and partners for a common operating picture. 

  • Effortlessly exchange data with automated workflows.

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Action on accurate, timely data.

  • Increase supply chain visibility.

  • Empower your logistics team to make decisions quickly and confidently.

  • Manage and minimize detention and demurrage more efficiently.

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Stock Taking in the Warehouse

Close shipping data and visibility gaps with Splice

Splice is an integration platform to automate your logistics data between systems, applications, and organizations.


  • Speed up your logistics processes with more timely and accurate data.

  • Get the data confidence you need to make critical business decisions.


Ready for more supply chain visibility?

Automate & integrate your shipping data applications

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Ensure your base system is connected to Splice.

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Add pre-configured integrations to your partners and customers with just a click.

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Test your data connections and ensure accuracy.

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Activate your logistics workflows.


Splice’s Integrations for Shippers

IoT Track and Trace Systems

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Splice Delivers


export and import logistics.


warehouse productivity.


inventory carrying costs.


time spent on data aggregation.


on a more timely and accurate data set.

Ready to speed up logistics operations with Splice?

Discover how Splice can work for your business.

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Manage Container Exports with Splice Exports 

A Splice point solution built for shippers, Splice Exports offers newfound visibility into terminal receiving windows. This product pulls data from ports and ocean carriers to streamline and automate your scheduling updates and give you a clear and accurate view of earliest return dates (ERDs). Manage container exports and your supply chain more efficiently with Splice Exports.

  • What does Splice do?
    Splice is an integration platform and workflow design tool for logistics. It uniquely uses automation to eliminate busy work and error-prone processes. The magic resides in the integration technologies and techniques that connect disparate systems. This is why we call Splice a univeral translator; it gets previously disconnected applications to talk to each other. Organizations use it to streamline processes and keep data moving, which increases productivity, reduces costs and creates new revenue opportunities.
  • How does Splice work?
    A logistics data integration service works by connecting disparate systems, such as warehouse management systems (WMS), transportation management systems (TMS), enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, and third-party logistics (3PL) providers, using standardized protocols, APIs, and data formats. It enables real-time data exchange, automated workflows, and centralized visibility into critical logistics operations.
  • How does Splice differ from traditional integration approaches?
    Unlike traditional integration approaches that often involve manual data entry, file transfers, and point-to-point connections, Splice offers a centralized platform for orchestrating data flows, managing integrations, and collaborating with partners and stakeholders across the supply chain. It provides a scalable, cloud-based solution that reduces complexity, improves agility, and enhances collaboration within the logistics ecosystem.
  • What are the key benefits of using a Splice?
    Improved Visibility: Provides real-time insights into export receiving windows, shipment status, and logistics performance across the supply chain. The workflow determines the visibility. Enhanced Efficiency: Automates data exchange and eliminates manual data entry, reducing errors and streamlining logistics processes. Optimized Resource Utilization: Enables better resource planning, container yard management, and transportation optimization through integrated data and reporting. Faster Decision-Making: Empowers stakeholders with timely and accurate information, enabling faster decision-making and response to changing market dynamics. Scalability: Adapts to evolving business needs and growth by supporting the integration of new systems, partners, and technologies.
  • How customizable is a logistics data integration service?
    Splice offers a high degree of customization, allowing users to tailor integrations, workflows, data mappings, and business rules to their specific requirements. Users can configure parameters, define triggers, and automate workflows to optimize logistics processes and meet their unique business needs.
  • Can Splice integrate data between completely different system types?
    Yes. We are building new connections to leading supply chain and logistics applications every day. Splice is the only integration platform built specifically for supply chain and logistics. We are building new application connections across the industry every day.
  • Can Splice integrate with legacy systems?
    Yes, Splice is designed to integrate with a wide range of systems, including legacy applications, proprietary software, and industry-specific solutions. We often provide connectors, adapters, and middleware components to facilitate seamless integration with legacy systems.
  • How are workflows created in Splice?
    Our easy-to-use workflow editor lets you automate your processes by dragging and dropping icons. We also offer services to help you set up Splice and coach you on how to use it.
  • Is Splice suitable for businesses of all sizes?
    Yes, our logistics data integration services are scalable and can cater to the integration needs of businesses of all sizes, from small businesses to large enterprises. We offer flexible pricing models and deployment options to accommodate varying requirements and budgets.
  • Is my data secure?
    Of course. It is fully encrypted and secured on our cloud platform.
  • Is Splice a middleware?
    Yes. It works behind the scenes, and because it is in the cloud, you do not load any software into your current applications. Once your porcess is activated, Splice automations run in the background as middleware between your applications. Splice provides application integration for logistics. Splice also can combine multiple sources of data to create new solutions, like the approach taken for Yard Spot. It unites data that is otherwise separated to create a single source of truth.
  • Where do I access Splice today?
    Reach out to us for a tour of Splice. We would be happy to provide a demo.
  • How can I get started?
    Drop us a line through our contact form or email us at We'll get in touch and help you connect it all using Splice.
  • Do I need to know how to code?
    No. Splice allows anyone to set up integrations and automate their processes. It allows you to setup the workflows you need to accelerate your logistics and business — without coding.
  • How can I get help with Splice?
    We offer support services and are happy to tailor them to support your every need.
  • What level of technical expertise is required to use Splice?
    While Splice aims to be user-friendly and accessible to non-technical users, some technical familiarity and comfort may be beneficial, particularly for configuration, data mapping, and troubleshooting tasks. Of course, we are here to help and offer training, documentation and support services.

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