Inttra signs digitisation contract with Middle East shipping line

Inttra has started providing shipping and booking services to Egypt-headquartered carrier Transmar Corporation.
Inna Kuznetsova, Inttras president and COO.
Inna Kuznetsova, Inttras president and COO.

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Inttra has started providing shipping and booking services to Egypt-headquartered carrier Transmar Corporation.

Transmar customers may now send their booking and shipping instructions through Inttra’s global network.

Inttra is the ocean container shipping industry’s largest neutral network, providing digitisation that helps carriers save money through greater efficiencies.

Transmar will be able to send Inttra electronic booking and shipping instructions for cargo in the Middle East, Red Sea, Arabian Gulf and East Coast of Africa.

Shifting to digital transactions and improving operational efficiencies should lead to more efficient services for customers, Inttra told LogisticsMiddleEast.com.

Inna Kuznetsova, Inttra’s president and COO said: “We are delighted to see the growing number of carriers joining INTTRA’s network to provide a better service to their customers.

“The addition of Transmar as one of our newest carriers to address the Middle East, Red Sea, Arabian Gulf and the East Coast of Africa, means their customers will have a more efficient way to book containers and receive container tracking information.”

Mohamed El Ahwal, CEO, Transmar said: “Transmar’s path to achieving growth and customer satisfaction is through digitization and optimization, which has the potential to take cost out of our operations.

“INTTRA and its network will enable us to expand by reducing manual bookings, and building a more efficient booking experience for our customers.”

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