The global logistics and shipping industry's top technology priority is improving supply chain visibility capabilities to integrate higher quality data, according to a survey conducted for INTTRA, the multi-carrier e-commerce network for ocean shipping.
INTTRA, the multi-carrier e-commerce network for ocean shipping, announced a strategic agreement with CSAV Group, one of the largest shipping companies in Latin America, to make INTTRA a preferred e-shipping platform for CSAV Group's customer base of shippers and freight forwarders.
A global study of high-volume shippers and freight forwarders that included four of the top five global logistics providers found that 81 percent of respondents want to receive invoices electronically in 2013.
Inttra, developer of a multi-carrier network for managing ocean shipping, has released a Shipping Application Delivery Platform for integrating and deploying the vendor's applications from within existing logistics, transportation-management or enterprise resource planning systems.
Inttra, provider of a shipper and carrier network for ocean transportation, has joined with SeaIntel Maritime Analysis, which offers insight into the container market, to improve ocean carrier schedule reliability.