Invoice
When Maersk Line CEO Soren Skou told the JOC’s TPM Conference in March that nearly 12 percent of container industry invoices are inaccurate, shippers took notice. It has been, after all, Maersk Line’s “highest customer service issue for some time,” one that potentially costs ocean carrier customers millions of dollars a year.

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