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Zepol Corp. Upgrades Maritime Trade Intelligence Tool

Zepol Corp., a provider of trade intelligence, has upgraded its flagship product, TradeIQ. The tool allows users to analyze the U.S. maritime industry through a series of advanced search and reporting features. Zepol offers an extensive U.S. Customs database via subscription. The new version of TradeIQ allows users to analyze the U.S. imports of a carrier or non-vessel operating common carrier by percent of less-than-containerload versus full-containerload shipments. They can narrow and view searches by specific container type, including tank and refrigerated. And they can view accurate shipment totals for ports, countries of origin and steamship lines. The new features allow users of manifest data to research, analyze and report trade statistics with a high degree of flexibility and accuracy, according to the company. Zepol's Enterprise subscription option includes high download limits of individual bills of lading, and unlimited access to aggregate reporting on nearly eight years of historical data for both house and master records of shipments. Rates start at $9,995 and include 10 users for an annual subscription to Zepol's trade data tools. Advanced capabilities include trending, charting, e-mailed reports, 14 views and unlimited aggregate reporting.

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Zepol Corp., a provider of trade intelligence, has upgraded its flagship product, TradeIQ. The tool allows users to analyze the U.S. maritime industry through a series of advanced search and reporting features. Zepol offers an extensive U.S. Customs database via subscription. The new version of TradeIQ allows users to analyze the U.S. imports of a carrier or non-vessel operating common carrier by percent of less-than-containerload versus full-containerload shipments. They can narrow and view searches by specific container type, including tank and refrigerated. And they can view accurate shipment totals for ports, countries of origin and steamship lines. The new features allow users of manifest data to research, analyze and report trade statistics with a high degree of flexibility and accuracy, according to the company. Zepol's Enterprise subscription option includes high download limits of individual bills of lading, and unlimited access to aggregate reporting on nearly eight years of historical data for both house and master records of shipments. Rates start at $9,995 and include 10 users for an annual subscription to Zepol's trade data tools. Advanced capabilities include trending, charting, e-mailed reports, 14 views and unlimited aggregate reporting.

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