SeaRates Updates - Week 15, 2021

There have been some exciting new features added to the platform this week. We have also optimised some of the existing elements.

Thank you for your feedback as it helps us to continuously improve our products and change the global approach to cargo transportation.

In case you missed our previous updates, you can read them here.


Tracking System

This week, we have made improvements to the way we work with shipping lines including MSC, Hapag Lloyd, Hamburg Sud, ECU Worldwide, Trans Asian Shipping Services, Evergreen, Korea Marine Transport (KMTC), Crowley Liner Services.

We are working on the development of a new Tracking System API, which will be available to all users soon.




Ship Schedules 

This week we added support for the CNC (Cheng Lie Navigation) and Australia National Line (ANL). SeaRates Ship Schedules now supports 20+ shipping lines.  




Also, we added an autocomplete function when searching for the ports of destination and arrival you need.




Adding Air Rates

We have added a new function that allows you to upload your air rates in Excel format in just a few clicks.

 


 

Booking System

We are continuing to optimize the Booking System to allow it to function more efficiently and improve the design, simplifying usability and efficiency in booking. This week we have pushed a number of quality of life changes and bug fixes for the tool.

 



Updates Pending


Virtual Office

We are actively developing new functionality for the Virtual Office which will be live soon.

Our Virtual Office is a universal workspace that includes features for managing logistics or trading business.

This new feature is a part of SeaRates ongoing mission to improve and simplify how you work.




We invite you to join our open group for communication on international transport activities, as well as our Telegram channel for shipping innovations and industry updates.

Lilia Khovrak is a professional content manager from Odessa, Ukraine. Loves life by the sea. Dreams to see Paris and eat a croissant on the thresholds of Notre Dame de Paris. Hates to read meaningless articles.


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