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inttra.comExel selects INTTRA to enhance operations

INTTRA Inc, provider of business-to-business ocean freight services, announced that Exel has selected INTTRA for Web-based and integrated services to enhance its global sea freight operations with cost savings, improved customer service, and greater overall efficiencies.

Exel, which controls movement of nearly 440,000 ocean container shipments worldwide annually, intends to implement INTTRA services globally, along with developments in its own systems. Exel is processing bookings via INTTRA-Act, a Web-hosted service that standardizes and supports door-to-door ocean transport services for shippers that book with one or more carriers. Booking confirmations and status messages are then consolidated by INTTRA and fed back to Exel via electronic data interchange through INTTRA-Link, which connects the commercial and proprietary business system of shippers, forwarders, and consignees to the INTTRA carrier network.

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