INTTRA, provider of B2B ocean freight services, has added three freight forwarders and logistics providers to its global logistics network.
With the addition of Danzas, Panalpina and Schenker, which collectively transported 1.6 million TEU in 2000, INTTRA now has more than two million TEU committed from forwarders and shippers worldwide.
“We welcome Danzas, Panalpina, and Schenker to INTTRA’s growing network of carriers, shippers, and logistics providers. The addition of these leading logistics providers extends INTTRA’s reach around the world, expanding our transparent window into the shipping community while streamlining the management of multi-carrier transactions worldwide,” said Ken Bloom, Chief Executive of INTTRA.
By connecting to INTTRA-LINK logistics providers will see streamlined and simplified booking and scheduling by directly connecting INTTRA’s transportation network of participating carriers with the existing enterprise software systems used by these forwarders.
“INTTRA-LINK will extend the scope of our existing logistics systems into the ocean-going supply chain. INTTRA’s standardized integration methodologies and tools will enable us to rapidly enhance the services that we are currently delivering to our customers,” said Renato Chiavi, Head of Intercontinental Business Unit of Swiss-based Danzas Group.
“INTTRA has mirrored our objective of developing world-leading, fully optimized global transport networks for cargo flows. Its comprehensive, uniform portal will improve our speed of workflow in ocean freight services,” said Joerg Eggenberger, COO of Swiss-based Panalpina World Transport Ltd.
“INTTRA-LINK contributes to our ongoing activities to provide streamlined processes and seamless integration of ocean-related services within the supply chain of our customers and supply chain partners,” said Dr. Thomas C. Lieb, member of the board of German-based Schenker AG.
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