Top twelve carriers now available through INTTRA
INTTRA, the largest neutral network, software and information provider at the center of the ocean industry, Friday (Oct 12) announced that Wan Hai Lines, Taiwan’s premier shipping company, has joined its network. This addition means INTTRA is now working with the top 12 carriers1.
Wan Hai continues the global expansion of INTTRA’s network. The addition of Wan Hai is significant as they are one of the top intra-Asia carriers based on market share, with that segment representing the largest containerized trade in the world.
In addition to offering the most extensive service network in Asia, Wan Hai has expanded to the US, South America, Africa and the Middle East in recent years. They will now be able to offer their customers a full range of solutions through INTTRA’s network, including booking, shipping instructions, eVGM, Track and Trace, Bill of Lading, as well as Ocean Schedules.
“Earlier this year we announced that a number of new carriers joined INTTRA, including one of the top ten in the world. Today, we are delighted to welcome Wan Hai Lines, another one of the largest carriers, who will offer their customers access to the full range of INTTRA services,” said John Fay, CEO of INTTRA. “As our network scales, it delivers further advantages of digitalization to the ocean container community and provides its members with a one-platform connection to many shipping partners.”
INTTRA is the largest neutral network, software and information provider at the center of the ocean shipping industry. INTTRA's innovative products, combined with the scale of our network, empower our customers to trade with multiple parties and leverage ocean industry information to improve their business. Connecting over 30,000 shipping companies across nearly 200 countries with more than 60 leading carriers and over 150 software alliance partners, INTTRA streamlines the ocean trade process. More than 800,000 container orders per week are initiated on the INTTRA platform, representing over one quarter of global ocean container trade.
Source: Wan Hai