INFO-X Software Technology expands its relationship with INTTRA

By: | at 06:00 PM | Logistics   | Liner Shipping  

Info-X Software Technology, an India-based software solutions and back-office service provider for the transportation industry, announced that it has enhanced its relationship with INTTRA and is now receiving a direct data feed for vessel schedules from INTTRA for the following carriers: ALIANCA, ANL CONTAINER LINE, APL, CMA CGM, COSCO, CROWLEY LINER SERVICES, CSAV, CSAV NORASIA, DAL, DELMAS, EMIRATES SHIPPING LINE, EVERGREEN LINE, HAMBURG SUD, HANJIN SHIPPING, HAPAG-LLOYD, HYUNDAI MERCHANT MARINE CO., LTD., K LINE, LIBRA, LIBRA URUGUAY, MAERSK LINE, MCC TRANSPORT, MITSUI OSK LINE, MSC, NYK LINE, PIL, SAFMARINE, SEAGO LINE, UNITED ARAB SHIPPING COMPANY, WAN HAI LINES LTD, AND ZIM

Providing the vessel schedule in this way allows Info-X customers the ability to see the next 3 to 4 sailings on the rate quote. This streamlines the process by alleviating the need for customers to go to multiple carrier websites to retrieve the information.

“This move further demonstrates our commitment to providing streamlined, efficient service to our customers, ” said Rishi Parti, Director, Info-X Software Technology. “From the beginning, our alliance with INTTRA has been about increasing productivity, enhancing our own services and offering the best solutions in ocean supply chain systems.”

Always looking for new ways to increase efficiency, Info-X began its relationship with INTTRA, the leading provider of e-commerce solutions for the ocean freight industry, almost four years ago. Connecting with INTTRA’s e-commerce platform has given Info-X’s customers the convenience of single-point booking and shipping instruction capabilities, as well as the opportunity to take advantage of the largest global carrier network.


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