We heard you like SeaRates updates? Well, we’ve been busy with a number of updates to enhance and improve how you can make the most out of SeaRates every day. This week’s update features squashed bugs and a number of UI updates. As always, you can find our previous updates here.
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Tracking System improvements
This week we have made improvements to the way we work with providers, including Evergreen, COSCO, Hapag-Lloyd, and Yang Ming.
Also, this week we have improved iso_code detection to automatically detect containers and shipping lines.
New SeaRates filter
We've updated the filter on the SeaRates main page. Now you can search for quotes on the main page via the “Rates” tab and track your containers on the “Container” tab. Now it's easier to find the service you need. We also remind you that all services on the SeaRates are available to all users for free. If you are interested in API or Web integrations, please contact us at email@example.com.
We have developed a new map for our users: now you have the ability to customise it by several parameters, including streets and basic view and view streets, buildings, ports, etc. in 3D. This is a great way to find the desired address, city, and country in just a couple of clicks.
Do you have a subscription to our IT services or are you a DFA member? Should your subscription to our service end, you will receive a few days' notice so you can renew your subscription and continue to make use of our automation solutions.
Ship Schedules improvements
This week, we have updated the technical features of various shipping lines such as CMA CGM, PIL, and ZIM.
Growth of the Digital Freight Alliance
DF Alliance members have access to a global freight forwarding network that allows them to expand opportunities for their business and meet freight partners from all over the world. The DF Alliance now has 1,293 members.