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Hanjin joins INTTRA carrier network

Seoul: Hanjin Shipping has announced that it has joined the INTTRA carrier network - an e-commerce platform for the ocean industry, which claims to represent almost 70% of the ocean freight capacity.

"We chose to join INTTRA because of the value their proven e-commerce solutions can provide to our customers and their excellent global customer service," said Hanjin customer service vp S.K. Choi, adding that the platform "is supported by a cross section of the industry and has a long-term vision to support industry standards through a common platform"

The platform, which now hosts 24 member carriers, claims to initiate more than 200,000 container orders a week and originates over $12bn worth of ocean freight. Hanjin's membership to the platform is expected to expand its e-commerce offerings for its customer base.

"Hanjin has an outstanding reputation for its commitment to efficient service and customer satisfaction, and we believe that our products and services match their needs very well. We are delighted that Hanjin has chosen us," said INTTRA ceo Ken Bloom.

INTTRA's carrier network includes, Alianca, ANL, CMA CGM, CSAV, CSAV NORASIA, Deutsche Afrika-Linien, Emirates Shipping Line, FANZL, Hamburg Sud, Hanjin Shipping, Hapag-Lloyd, "K" Line, Libra, Maersk Line, MCC Transport, MISC, Mitsui OSK Lines, MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company, NYK Line, Safmarine, Senator Lines and the United Arab Shipping Company.

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