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Xeneta and Catapult collaborate on freight rate decision making

Paul Mullins, Xeneta CRO Paul Mullins, Xeneta CRO

Ocean freight rate intelligence company Xeneta and Catapult, rate and contract management software provider have announced a collaboration that will allow Catapult customers including freight forwarders and NVOCCs (non-vessel-operating common carrier community members) to access Xeneta data in their existing software workflow.

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