Expand visibility into your ocean flows
Bird’s-eye view of all your ocean containers in real-time
Gain control over your ocean transports through real-time status updates of all your shipments, including delays, container & booking numbers, transshipment locations, and the planned, estimated and actual time of arrival of each container.
Detailed view of containers with vessel location and port events
Know where your containers are through real-time vessel location and port events about gate in, loading, unloading etc. This helps to identify containers at risk of demurrage and detention charges so you can deal with containers that need immediate attention.
Reliable data about all your ocean shipments
We collect data in real-time from different sources including automatically detected transshipments and port changes. Through the careful use of historical data and machine-learning models we turn this data into actionable intelligence that gives you the most accurate view of reality.
End-to-end supply chain visibility in a unified user interface
No more blind spots in your global transports. Move from reactive to proactive through achieving a full overview about every leg of your shipments and being informed before things go wrong. All that in an intuitive and easy to use user interface.
Smart notifications to monitor exceptions
Set up notifications for your ocean containers such as delays, transshipments, vessel changes, discharge etc in order to see through the sea of data and be informed real-time when a shipment isn’t going according to plan.
Benefits for your business
Gain control and know where your containers are, be informed before things go wrong and provide a higher quality service to your customers.
Improve customer satisfaction
Focus on exceptions
Find and resolve bottlenecks faster
Avoid demurrage and detention charges
Improve your supply chain resilience
Seeing through the sea of data
When it comes to ocean logistics, many shippers and freight forwarders are lost at sea. The whereabouts of cargo or its arrival at port is anyone’s guess. Visibility is sometimes about as effective as a pirate’s telescope. You’d have better luck asking an ocean-going seagull when a shipment will arrive at port than relying on the current status quo of ocean freight management.