Online ocean carrier trade platform INTTRA has announced that it has been acquired by E2open, a Cloud-based provider of networked supply chain systems, with the aim of creating a unified global digital logistics and supply chain network.
Taiwanese shipping company Wan Hai Lines has joined the INTTRA network, a maritime digital trading platform which offers the ability to transact container orders online.
Digital ocean freight platform INTTRA has announced the addition of four new carriers to its booking system, expanding its reach in the container shipping segment.
INTTRA has added two new Cloud-based products to its digital transactions platform, adding a new Container Forecasting and Allocation Solutions Tool (C-FAST) for freight forwarders and NVOCCs, as well as launching an improved version of its Ocean Schedules system.
Container shipping company Transmar Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of IACC Holdings, has joined the INTTRA network to expand its electronic booking and shipping instructions processing capabilities in the Middle East, Red Sea, Arabian Gulf and East Coast of Africa.
Container booking platform INTTRA has welcomed Locus Software Limited into its network of partners. Locus Software is the developer of Odyssey, a Cloud-based enterprise shipping system for both ocean carriers and non-vessel operating common carriers.
Recently founded Korea-based container shipping company SM Line has announced an agreement with electronic transaction platform INTTRA, which will extend the platform’s reach into Korea while offering SM Line an additional booking network to connect with its customers.
Electronic ocean shipping marketplace INTTRA has announced a strategic alliance with Organi, a logistics software provider, which will see Organi integrate INTTRA's Container Booking and Shipping Instructions products into its own applications.
Shipping software platform INTTRA has announced that it has acquired Avantida, a Belgian-headquartered provider of empty container management technology for ocean carriers, to extend its business into the landside container logistics sector.
Kewill, a supply chain software provider, has teamed with shipping electronic marketplace INTTRA to deliver a freight forwarding software package to assist in compliance with the new SOLAS Container Weight Verification requirement, set to take effect on July 1.
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