Container ships reached their destination ports around the world on time 77 percent of the time in August,

INTTRA announced a new release of its OceanSchedules service that enables customers to access and evaluate more than 7 million global vessel schedules from 31 ocean carriers.

Container ships arrived at their destination ports around the world 83 percent of the time in July, an increase of two percentage points from

Container lines and the cargo owners that ship products on their vessels are getting new tools to measure both performance and schedule reliability through a new report that will enable them to analyz

INTTRA will provide ocean shipping planning, management and optimization services to the freight forwarding group WCA Family under a strategic alliance announced Thursday.


In the ocean freight industry, we’re flooded with large data sets that are growing exponentially with the millions of container orders processed every month.

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INTTRA plans to launch a new tool on its e-commerce platform that will measure the delivery performance of ocean carriers.

INTTRA, the e-commerce cargo-booking portal, said its electronic bookings reached a record high in the past two months.

Excel Shipping said its new membership in the INTTRA’s ocean shipping e-commerce network will allow the U.K.-based non-vessel common carrier to focus more on growing its business, instead of sch

INTTRA is countersuing GT Nexus in a dispute the between the shipping industry technology companies over patents in the container booking process.


INTTRA, the ocean container shipping technology platform, is introducing a system that automates the process of comparing invoices and managing billing disputes.

The founder of telecommunications company Neustar, Jeffrey Ganek, joined the board of directors of INTTRA, an electronic booking portal for the ocean freight industry.

GT Nexus, an Internet-based portal for electronic cargo bookings, is suing e-commerce competitor INTTRA in a dispute over patents on different aspects of container booking system process.

INTTRA, an electronic booking portal for the ocean freight industry, formed a new advisory board with its customers to set standards for electronic payments.

Econocaribe Consolidators, a Miami-based non-vessel-owning common carrier, is joining INTTRA, the e-commerce platform established by 30 shipping lines for cargo booking.

INTTRA said Thursday it is integrating its e-commerce platform with Info-X Software Technology, which will enable the Indian software provider to provide end-to-end ocean transportation bookings for i

INTTRA extended its e-commerce platform for the ocean freight industry to enable all forwarders and shippers to use its electronic standardized business process for all container shipments.

INTTRA said it has been issued three patents for technology related to several of its products and services, including multi-carrier track and trace functionality and booking functionality.

Trade and transport technology providers INTTRA and the Descartes Systems Group are forming an alliance to provide a global network capable of managing the entire ocean cargo shipment lifecycle.