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SM Line Joins INTTRA Network

Posted by Eric Haun

INTTRA, the ocean container shipping industry electronic transaction platform and information provider, and container shipping provider SM Line announced an agreement that will expand INTTRA's reach in Korea and globally, while offering SM Line an advanced network to create value for its customers.
As a result of the new carrier partnership, INTTRA will provide service through SM Line's intra-Asia and Asia-U.S. options, and others as the carrier expands. SM Line and its customers will benefit from INTTRA's network to reduce manual bookings and increase SM Line's ocean container bookings online.
"The addition of one of the fastest-growing Korean-based global container shippers to our network is welcome news" said Vijay Minocha, INTTRA's President of Asia Pacific. "INTTRA's suite of services will benefit SM Line through improved efficiency and visibility and by creating overall value for customers."

Aug 11, 2017

 

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