SeaRates Updates - Week 4, 2021
There are some interesting features on the platform this week. We have also optimised some of the existing elements.
Thank you for your feedback as it helps us make our products flawless and change the global approach to cargo transportation.
In case you missed our previous updates, you can read them here.
Beta Version of Load Calculator
The wait is over! Our new Load Calculator tool is now live and you can find it under the Tools tab.
The Load Calculator is a web-based tool that allows you to view a 3D simulation of how the items will be packed into the container. All you have to do is provide the details of your cargo.
The tool takes into account all the physical and geometric characteristics of the cargo, and it supports the palletizing function.
You can see how your cargo would be packed into the container in just four steps.
Step 1 - Select your cargo’s parameters.
Step 2 - Select your cargo’s location.
Step 3 -Choose the type of container for your cargo.
Step 4 - See the stuffing result.
Redesign of the main page
We have updated the main page of our website, SeaRates.com. Our designers continue to work on new layouts and themes to make it convenient for users and improve the experience.
Adding Air Rates
We have added a new function and you can now easily upload your air rates in Excel format in just a few clicks.
You can now see the multimodal transportation options on the map.
For land transportation, the route will be shown in green. In the case of sea transportation, it will be shown in blue, and for air transportation, the route will be shown in red.
This week we have updated the technical features of various shipping lines such as MSC, OOCL, APL.
It will give you a detailed insight on transshipment ports including the ship names, dates and services.
We create high-quality products and regularly improve our reliability standards.
This week, we’ve made improvements to the way we work with shipping lines such as COSCO, Yang Ming, ONE, OOCL, Hyundai, Hamburg Sud, Wan Hai, 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 1014 members in 197 countries.
Members of the DF Alliance continue to provide positive feedback about the services available on the platform.
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