INTTRA sets record transaction volume breaching 4m mark in May

NEW Jersey-headquartered INTTRA, the largest neutral network, software
and information provider at the centre of the ocean shipping industry,
announced that for the first time in its 17-year history the company
in May processed more than four million requests for container
bookings or shipping instructions on its platform.

The record volume shows the continued strength in INTTRA's business
and the value delivered to customers as shippers and carriers
increasingly embrace digitalisation to drive efficiency, visibility,
and connectivity across the container freight supply chain, the
company said.

"INTTRA continues to have strong momentum," said John Fay, CEO of
INTTRA. "Transactions are rising, and customers are joining our
platform at high rates. INTTRA will use its industry leading network
and products to drive the industry forward in digitalisation and will
leverage our team's long-standing expertise to deliver the benefits of
standardisation and innovation to our customers and the industry."

May's record-setting results followed strong growth in 2017 when the
company processed 45 million container orders on its platform, reports