Maersk Line Signs Up for INTTRA E-Shipping

Press Release
Thursday, May 02, 2013

Maersk Line sign a multi-year e-commerce shipping network contract with INTTRA as part of a strategic growth strategy for both companies.

Maersk Line and its brands Safmarine, Seago Line, and MCC will extend the benefits of the INTTRA e-commerce shipping network to its customers, making INTTRA the preferred global portal for automating shipping processes.

The new agreement is the latest business partnership between INTTRA and Maersk Line, which spans 12 years. Since first working together, the two companies have maintained a joint commitment to improve customer satisfaction, remove costs and drive efficiencies through the use of e-commerce solutions in the ocean shipping industry. As both the market and customers have matured, INTTRA and Maersk Line have evolved e-commerce from an independent IT activity to an essential business solution for more profitable commercial growth.

“We have seen firsthand the benefits of integrating technology and business solutions to drive success in the ocean shipping industry. By leveraging INTTRA e-business solutions, we are able to continue to provide more value to our customers and position ourselves for long-term growth,” said Jesper E. Thomsen, Head of Sales & Customer Service at Maersk Line. “We recognize that our continued expansion of e-business solutions is vital in maintaining our position as the industry’s leading global carrier and meeting our commitment to customer service excellence. As such, it was a natural decision to renew our growth contract with INTTRA.”

Customers will continue to enjoy the same Maersk Line service by using INTTRA’s multi-carrier solution as they will by using Maersk Line’s proprietary e-business solution.

“As we work together under this new agreement, Maersk Line will continue to be an essential business partner for INTTRA. Both our customers are seeking e-business solutions, so by collaborating together we’re able to support customer demands for standardized shipping processes and drive additional e-business penetration,” said Ken Bloom, CEO at INTTRA. “Our long history as strategic business partners serves us both well as we enter this period of growth with a strong focus on better serving current customers, as well as new customers who are seeking to reap the rewards of e-shipping solutions.”
 

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