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LgMAR and SHIPNEXT form partnership

Shipping related email software firm LgMAR and digital shipping marketplace SHIPNEXT have formed a partnership, enabling interconnectivity between the shipping and chartering world.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"} In the last few years, many individual start-ups have been trying to innovate the workflow. The problem according to Shipnext is that often neither one of the solutions offer a complete set of solutions. It is these short-falls that never allowed a broad use of any single solution, and so everyone stayed with their ever glowing data flow and, predominantly, emails.

Since its start in 2016, SHIPNEXT developed a patented concept of processing emails and structuring the data for instant Cargo-to-Ship matching and freight trading on the Digital Shipping Marketplace. This allowed its users to either manage their internal emails flows, or, optionally, have their internal data enforced with data from the Digital Exchange – SHIPNEXT Marketplace, adding thousands of cargo and open ship positions from the Marketplace.

A normal manager would not be able to handle that much data at once, as information flow and cargo combinations result in thousands of emails and messages. So SHIPNEXT uses Natural Language processing, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Big Data Analysis to help instant data processing, with the help of other data points such as fleet data and open positions, navigational restrictions, port costs and restrictions, weather, and more.

According to SHIPNEXT, this will ultimately help brokers, shipping and logistics managers receive verified and reliable data right in their Work Station – TELIX.

TELIX is a sophisticated email software with tools required by the Brokers and other shipping professionals for communication and trading. Each of the TELIX users will get an option to further enhance their Email Solution to more of a “Workstation”. This will, above all, allow instant Freight search, Cargo-to-Ship matching, access to over 17.000 daily open ship positions, port-related data, automated freight calculator, bunker and port costs, and more.

Optionally, through partnership between LgMAR and SHIPNEXT, each user of TELIX receives a chance for a seamless flow from receiving a freight request and down to creating a Shipping Contract and an Electronic Bill of Lading.

This cooperation will further empower Shipbrokers which will, as has been proof-tested, become some 7-8 times more efficient in managing their workflow. {/mprestriction}

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