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Track & Trace
You can track and monitor all of your containers with a consolidated view of all of your shipments in real-time. We will get data that you need from 55+ shipping lines, 700 seaports, and 5k+ vessels.
We put a handle on over five million sailing schedule changes per day for you. That will help you optimize your own shipping schedules, shipping routes, and carrier selections.
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Consolidated and standardized shipment data across all carriers in one platform
Continuous and actionable status updates, alerts, and notifications such as delay warnings, POD approach, and vessel roll-over
Accurate and actionable information most other systems, let alone spreadsheets, can’t even remotely catch up
The only predictive ETA tool from POL to POD (including transhipments) on the market
Seamless integration (and dedicated support) into 3rd party software systems
“Absolute fantastic tool, something I have been waiting for many years. This is making our life so much better with valuable information that we would normally need to check every other day Container by Container.”
Pernod Ricard, the world’s second largest producer of wines and spirits with world-renowned brands such as Chivas, Absolut and Jameson, transits approximately 25,000 sea containers each year on all the world’s seas to serve its customers in more than 80 countries.
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