SeaRates Updates - Week 20, 2024

The SeaRates team appreciates your constant dedication and support. We continue improving our service and are thrilled to share the latest platform updates for your seamless journey.

To stay up-to-date with our latest news,  check out our previous updates.

  • We are presenting a new version of Mobile Application V1.2. We have added authorization to the app for iOS and Android.
  • Also, we have performed a range of improvements for the authorized users of the Tracking System, including access to saved shipments and the ability to save new shipments.
  • Moreover, we have implemented the synchronization of saved shipments for the Mobile App and the web version.
  • Tracking System improvements: We are glad to announce added support for the Geodis Ocean line. Now, the total number of lines we support is over 171.
  • For API, we have added ‘cache_expires’ parameter. You can check out our improved documentation on the Developer Portal.
  • Air Cargo Tracking enhancements: We are glad to announce that we have added support for Shenzhen Airlines, Air India, Air Canada, Malaysia Airlines, and China Cargo Airlines.
  • We have improved how we work with providers, including Southwest Airlines, UPS Air Cargo, Sichuan Airlines, Air India, Corsair International, Condor, and Air Transat.
  • Load Calculator updates: We inform you that we have added limits for the web version of the tool. From now on, unauthorized users can make 1 request daily. Authorized users have free access with 3 requests daily, up to 20 per month. To get your individual quotation plan, reach out to us at [email protected].
  • Ship Schedules improvements: For API, we have added the ability to assign a unique schedule ID to share results and open a separate schedule page.
  • Distance & Time API updates: We have added the ability to specify a ‘country code’  instead of a ‘location code’.

Other updates:


  • Virtual Office Counterparties
  • New Version Route Planner API

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