There are some interesting new features coming to SeaRates this week, including numerous bug fixes and feature optimizations for some of our existing products and elements.
As always, thank you for helping us move forward by sharing your feedback. It helps us ensure our products are flawless in our mission to change the global approach to cargo transportation.
Please read previous updates here.
This week we have added the ability to select alternative routes. If there are no available rates in the direction you require, you can book shipping on an alternative route.
In addition, we have added barge rates to the platform. Now more multimodal transport modes are available.
In addition when adding rates, you will now be able to leave comments on each rate that will be available to users. You will also be able to specify the details for each rate.
This week we have added support for T.S. Lines and KMTC. SeaRates Ship Schedules now supports almost 30 shipping lines.
This week, we have made improvements to the way we work with shipping lines including Maersk, MSC, and ZIM.
We are glad to support our customers with a number of free tools available on our website. To learn more about web and API integrations go to this page.
Vessel Type page
We have added a new page which gives an overview of various vessel types. Now you can learn more about the types of vessels that are available and their features here.
DFA FAQ page
We've added new questions and answers to our FAQ page. If you have questions or want to get acquainted with something, please visit this page or contact our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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