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WiseTech Global Limited [WTCHF]Australia

Other OTC exchange. Sector: Technology. Industry: Software—Application. Location Australia, Alexandria.
At close Fri Sep 16 2022
37.26 USD 👎1.83 (-4.91%)

At close Fri Sep 16 2022

Marketcap
11,232,175,104 USD

Marketcap

PE:98.343
BETA (5y):0.906
EPS:0.350
Profits

for 5 years

501%

for 3 years

160%

for 2 years

125%

for 1 year

59%

for this year

16%
WiseTech Global Limited provides software solutions to the logistics industry in the Asia Pacific, the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. The company develops, sells, and implements software solutions that enable logistics service providers to facilitate the movement and storage of goods and information. It also offers CargoWise, a software platform for logistics service providers that enables execution of complex logistics transactions and manage operations. In addition, the company provides customs declaration management and related international trade, customs compliance and warehouse, customs management, freight forwarding, warehousing, transport, customs clearance, tracking, trade compliance, container optimization, parcel, less than truckload and logistics transportation management, freight rate management, ocean freight rate management, container yard/terminal management, and messaging integration software solutions. WiseTech Global Limited was incorporated in 1994 and is based in Alexandria, Australia.

WiseTech Global Limited
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