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Hanjin Logistics and REZ-1 partner on domestic reload program

By: | at 08:00 PM | Channel(s): Intermodal  

REZ-1 and Hanjin Logistics announced that REZ-1 would now serve as the reservation and rail-billing platform for Hanjin Logistics’ domestic program. Hanjin Logistics will post available containers for domestic shipment on REZ-1’s industry leading Channel Speed application.‘Hanjin Logistics customers will be able to view and reserve available Hanjin containers as well as submit rail billing through REZ-1.

‘The Hanjin and REZ-1 partnership will provide ease of use, familiarity, and one-stop-shopping convenience for their customers.’ REZ-1 and Hanjin Logistics are both extremely pleased about this partnership. ‘We are greatly looking forward to this partnership with Hanjin,’ said REZ-1’s President, Marie Colbert. ‘Hanjin’s Domestic program is a flagship in the industry, known for its service and reliability. Teamed with REZ-1’s unsurpassed ChannelSpeed application, a great partnership has been formed benefiting the industry as a whole.’

‘HJL is a top tier domestic service provider and one of the most established and reputable domestic programs in the industry.’ REZ-1 is known for their widely used intermodal industry applications, unsurpassed data accuracy, and reliability.

‘Customer service and the ease of doing business is pertinent in today’s shipping industry. This partnership is a natural fit. Adding’flexibility in our customer service, back room operations, and resources will allow HJL to increase our services directly to our customers. EDI rail billing, as well as the additional features REZ-1 offers is stage one of many additional enhancements Hanjin Logistics plans to implement in their business model to strengthen the domestic stack train operation,’ said Jim Ragland, HJL’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing.

The program is scheduled to roll out in a phased approach, with the program launching in late September.