SeaRates Updates - Week 42, 2022

Here at SeaRates, we'd like to thank our customers and partners for always giving us feedback. Our goal is to keep making our tools and services better and to come up with new ways to do things. Today, we're happy to tell you about our most recent changes.

If you missed our previous updates, please read them here.


What's new for week 42:


  • Tracking System improvements. This week, we have made improvements to the way we work with providers, including  Yang Ming, Pacific International Lines (PIL), Damco, Carpenters Shipping, Evergreen, and Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL). We’re proud to say that we have added support for Cordelia Container Shipping Line. We now support a total of 122 carriers and 12 leasing companies, making our platform unique in its ability to support a wide variety of providers. You can find the updated list of shipping lines here.
  • Ship Schedules enhancements. We have made enhancements to the way we work with providers, including Matson, and OOCL. We have added support for TS Lines, so you can now see vessel-specific schedules for this shipping line. You can find the updated list of shipping lines here.
  • Virtual Office updates. Now, while loading rates, you will get an email about the progress of loading rates and issues if they were present in the file, allowing you to swiftly contact our technical support to resolve the issue or re-upload the file. Additionally, the logic for updating current rates using Excel files has been enhanced. When loading updated rates into a table in Virtual Office, the loaded rates are no longer stored as new rows, but will instead replace the existing rates.


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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.