Carrier Management Systems

AI-driven data solutions can give a CMS a competitive edge in a crowded market

Why Carrier Management Systems
Choose Hurricane

Reduce Customs Delays

Enabling your retailer customers to reduce customs delays and expedite clearance, without exposure to significant surcharges from Carriers.

Avoid Fines

Avoiding delays and fines for your retailer customers caused by customs non-compliance.

Provide DPD Solution

Enabling a cost transparent Delivered Duty Paid (DDP) solution, reducing cart abandonment and therefore maintaining the highest customer experience for your retailers that ensures brand loyalty and repeat orders.

Add Value

Enabling your business to deliver additional international value-add services to your retailer customer base.
CMS Benefits

Partnering with a CMS is of critical importance for Tier 1 & 2 retailers.

Some of the larger retailers are now choosing to spread their risk by working with more than one CMS. The solutions provided vary from CMS to CMS but typically include the provision of multiple delivery options, the management of orders in one place, printing shipping labels and transport documents, tracking notifications and various analytics.

As a result of the sector becoming more crowded, CMS are increasingly seeking to add functionality to their platforms, for example in the areas of returns, post-check out experience and enhancing their international offer.


Ensuring that retailers can provide their end consumers with the best possible experience, regardless of whether the consumer is based in the home market or abroad.
The need for valid and verifiable data throughout the end-to-end supply chain and, particularly, at the customs entry point.
Customs friction and risk of the carrier imposing large surcharges for resolving customs data problems.
Incomplete data resulting in holding charges, the need for manual rectification and, ultimately, delays in the goods reaching the end consumer.
Inability to provide online retailers with the option to offer their customers a Delivered Duty Paid (DDP) solution.
Data compliance failings around regulatory events including Brexit, the EU’s abolition of the VAT threshold on low value items, the introduction of the EU’s Import One-Stop Shop (IOSS), the US STOP Act and the EU’s Import Control System 2 (ICS2).


Partnering with Hurricane will give a CMS a unique selling point in enabling it to support retailers with the required complete, accurate and valid data sets for cross-border eCommerce.

Hurricane Solutions


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Scurri is one of the fastest growing CMS and a partner of Hurricane’s.

Rory O’Connor, CEO of Scurri, says:

“Our delivery management platform connects everything and everyone that is involved in getting orders from the retailer to the customer in a single platform.

“In every step of this journey technology plays a critical part. The adoption of Hurricane’s AI-driven, real-time solutions is a vital addition to our offering.

“Our customers depend on us to help them to scale, save money, improve efficiency, and deliver a better customer experience.

“In today’s cross-border eCommerce, having complete, accurate and compliant data is of critical importance in enabling us to meet these demands.”


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