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Inttra Opens Florida Office to Serve North, Latin America

Inttra, the provider of electronic-commerce technology to ocean carriers and their customers, has opened a new office near Miami, Florida. The location will allow the company to keep pace with growth in business throughout Latin America and North America. Inttra said it has seen "significant" volume coming from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela, as well as North America. Mexico, Peru and Venezuela have been the fastest-growing markets over the past year, the company said. Inttra claims to initiate more than 200,000 container orders a week, and originate more than $12bn worth of ocean freight. The vendor's Desktop Booking and Shipping Instructions products are aimed at shippers, forwarders and carriers seeking to improve the efficiency of their documentation procedures.
http://www.inttra.com

Inttra, the provider of electronic-commerce technology to ocean carriers and their customers, has opened a new office near Miami, Florida. The location will allow the company to keep pace with growth in business throughout Latin America and North America. Inttra said it has seen "significant" volume coming from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela, as well as North America. Mexico, Peru and Venezuela have been the fastest-growing markets over the past year, the company said. Inttra claims to initiate more than 200,000 container orders a week, and originate more than $12bn worth of ocean freight. The vendor's Desktop Booking and Shipping Instructions products are aimed at shippers, forwarders and carriers seeking to improve the efficiency of their documentation procedures.
http://www.inttra.com