Filter content by area of interest
Ports & Terminals
Port AuthoritiesContainerBulkBreakbulk/General CargoRo-Ro/AutomotiveGTOs
Cargo Handling Equipment
STS CranesYard CranesMobile CHERo-Ro EquipmentBreakbulk EquipmentLow ThroughputBulk Handling Equipment
Shipping & Logistics
Container ShippingBreakbulk/General CargoRo-Ro ShippingDry Bulk ShippingLiquid cargoesLogistics
ICT
TOSPlanning & Optimisation TechnologyWiFiMobile ComputingPort Community SystemsAsset Tracking & Monitoring
Automation
Automated EquipmentGate AutomationRemote ControlProcess Automation
Multimodal
RailInland WaterwaysShortsea ShippingRoadAir-Cargo
Container Industry
Container manufactureContainer leasingRepair/StorageTradingConversion/Innovation
Refrigeration
Operations/TransportContainer leasingEquipmentM&R/Storage
Breakbulk
General cargoProject Cargo/Heavy LiftForest productsRo-Ro/AutomotiveAgribulks
Safety & Security
InsuranceHazardous cargoLashings/SecuringLegal/Regulatory
Civil Engineering
Port & terminal construction/designCivil & Consulting EngineersDredging & ReclamationMooring & FenderingLightingPaving & Surfacing
Environment
Business
InsuranceLegal/RegulatoryAppointments/PeopleMergers/Acquisitions/RestructuringFinance/Financial ResultsTrade & Professional AssociationsBusiness/Commerce Miscellaneous
 View all Topics View all Topics A-Z
More View all Topics View all Topics A-Z

You are viewing 1 of your 1 guest articles


register  or  login  for full access to online news

E2open to acquire INTTRA

E2open, a provider of cloud-based, on-demand software for supply chains, has announced the acquisition of INTTRA, the leading ocean shipping network, software and information provider

Linked InTwitterFacebookeCard

The combination of INTTRA’s ocean carrier and shipper network with E2open’s business network will create a unified global logistics and supply chain network, stated the parties. "E2open and INTTRA will join efforts to strengthen the connections and streamline the information flow between manufacturers, suppliers, shipping service providers, ocean carriers and all the participants in global trade.

 

Based in Austin, TX, USA, E2open claims to be the world’s biggest cloud-based provider of networked supply chain solutions, with more than 70,000 partner companies and 200,000 users. Many of the biggest brands and manufacturers across a range of industries use the E2open network and platform to orchestrate their supply chains, creating efficiencies measured in the billions.

 

Founded in 2001 by the leading ocean carriers, INTTRA has created the world’s foremost and largest neutral multi-carrier network across 177 countries with more than 35,000 active shippers, 60 carriers and 150 integrations with transportation management and port system software partners.

 

In March 2017, INTTRA acquired Avantida to extend ocean movements into land-based activities and address container reuse and repositioning for ocean carriers, transport companies, terminals, depots, and others. Today, one out of every four ocean containers shipped globally is booked through the INTTRA platform.

 

“E2open and INTTRA have a similar consortium heritage and culture – both were born to solve similar problems for their respective ecosystems, to improve efficiencies, overcome data exchange constraints, and reduce the friction associated with doing business,” said John Fay, chief executive officer of INTTRA.

 

“In joining forces with E2open, a company that shares our values and understands the benefits of global business networks, we envision a single platform with accelerated innovation to connect, streamline, and operate all aspects of global manufacturing, logistics, and distribution, resulting in immediate benefits for all stakeholders.”

 

The acquisition of INTTRA will extend E2open’s current logistics capabilities, consisting of transportation management, logistics visibility, and transportation forecasting, and a network of more than 3,500 large carriers across more than 40 countries to book, tender, track, and invoice shipments.

 

E2open with INTTRA and Avantida, will offer deep integrations with logistics service providers, from third-party, fourth-party, freight forwarders and NVOCCs, and carriers servicing all modes of transportation – air, road, rail and ocean. The combination brings together advanced planning, visibility, collaboration, and execution for an extensive network of regional and global logistics providers.

 

“The combination provides value to all stakeholders - manufacturers, logistics service providers, freight forwarders and ocean carriers,” said Michael Farlekas, CEO of E2open. “We aim to bridge the gap between manufacturing and logistics with execution capabilities on a unified platform with real-time end-to-end visibility.

 

"Shippers will be able to better leverage ocean shipping efficiency, ocean carriers will be able to improve customer experience, and freight-forwarders will be more effective in multi-modal and integrated logistics operations to help grow their respective businesses.

 

"We will continue to strive to deliver on our vision of a networked platform on which our customers can operate their end-to-end operations in real-time.”

 

Linked InTwitterFacebookeCard

You may also be interested in...

ZPMC moves in

Bunking up the logs for easy moves

Pulp facts to the fore in Montevideo

Hyster clamps up on reel handling

Sizing up the breakbulk market

Getting on the intermodal track

Related Stories

Antwerp and Zeebrugge in merger talks

Antwerp and Zeebrugge are embarking on formal negotiations for an amalgamation,...

MSC gives Northern Sea Route the cold shoulder

MSC says it "will not explore or use the Northern Sea Route between Europe and A...
Linked In
Twitter