Lloyd Triestino Enhances Website

Thursday, May 08, 2003
The Italian container shipping line Lloyd Triestino has upgraded its internet website (www.lloydtriestino.it or www.lloydtriestino.com) with a new homepage featuring advanced e-commerce facilities so as to meet customers' needs 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Customers are provided with new added-value products and electronic transactions through extremely user friendly links: new internet bills of lading (BL) processing, improved service schedules, increased cargo tracking functions, tariffs, owned vessels and equipment specifications, press release information and service maps. The new BL service is available to all registered customers, who are assigned a personal Logon ID. It offers worldwide easy, fast and safe functions to help save time and costs. Registration is achieved easily directly from the new homepage. Customers can view their BLs on-line, print original or non-negotiable BLs in their offices and receive notification when a BL is ready for viewing or printing. Upon request, BL copies can also be received via e-mail. Registered members can also check on the location of their cargo directly from the same BL processing screen. All other services and tools are available without registering or logging on. The improved trade lane schedules feature real-time long term services, schedules by vessel and point to point queries that allow the user to view all of the upcoming sailing options available between selected ports. Sailing schedules can also be received via e-mail. By simply providing his or her own e-mail address, the user can consult or print the schedule from the comfort of his or her desk. Cargo tracking options, which already provide the user with basic information for each shipment and relevant container move by simply keying-in the BL or container number, have now been enriched with the documentation status of cargo on US-bound ships and relevant compliance with the US Customs 24-hour advance cargo manifest requirements.
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