INTRA E-commerce Network Expansion

Press Release
Wednesday, July 04, 2012

INTRA expands its E-commerce ocean shipping network to give access to WorldWide Alliance members & customers

The agreement between INTRA and WorldWide Alliance provides WWA customers with a comprehensive and efficient e-commerce shipping solution by a single connection to the INTTRA portal.

With 24 members in more than 61 countries and over 3,600 employees, the WorldWide Alliance brings together the world's leading neutral non-vessel operating common carrier NVOCCs to provide international transportation solutions - under one umbrella. The WWA offers more than 1,950 direct weekly Less than Container Load (LCL) services around the globe.

WWA Managing Director, Robert Zorzi. says: “The WWA is known for its integration capabilities and when we decided to add INTTRA to our portfolio, our goal was to provide our customers with the flexibility needed to optimize their ocean shipping business processes and improve their bottom line. In today’s LCL market, flexibility is critically important for our customers.”

“We are pleased to welcome the WWA and their members to the INTTRA network and look forward to leveraging the global strength of this organization in order to accelerate e-commerce adoption and efficiency among its members and their customers,” said Ronald DeBlis, INTTRA’s Senior Vice President, Global Sales.



 

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