INTTRA Honored

INTTRA Named an Inbound Logistics 2015 Top 100 Logistics IT Provider


INTTRA, the world’s largest multi-carrier electronic marketplace for ocean shipping, today announced that it has been named one of Inbound Logistics magazine’s Top 100 Logistics IT providers for 2015. Inbound Logistics, a leading news and information source in the supply chain and logistics management industry, selected INTTRA for the second year in a row from more than 300 leading logistics companies to be a part of its annual Top 100 Logistics IT Providers ranking.

“When choosing the 2015 Top 100 Logistics IT Providers, Inbound Logistics editors looked at excellence in optimizing transportation and logistics operations. On a more strategic level, editors make their selections based on how transformative solutions impact outward-facing business activities driving integration across internal, as well as external, business processes,” says Felecia Stratton, Editor, Inbound Logistics. “INTTRA was selected because its solutions solve specific logistics challenges and improve processes, and create a ripple effect of efficiencies across the entire value chain. Inbound Logistics is proud to honor INTTRA for innovative solutions empowering logistics and supply chain excellence in 2015.”

For the past 12 years, INTTRA has been at the forefront of innovation in ocean shipping enablement. From introducing the industry’s first multi-carrier e-commerce platform to the more than 600,000 container orders initiated weekly on its platform today, INTTRA’s products and services continue to pave the way for digital transformation in ocean shipping. Using INTTRA, companies can collaborate with multiple trading partners on a single marketplace, standardizing shipment management processes that lead to increased productivity and high-quality insights for new levels of efficiency in global trade.

“We are honored to have earned a place in the prestigious Inbound Logistics Top 100 Logistics IT Providers list,” said John Fay, CEO of INTTRA. “In an era where supply chain efficiency and agility is a must, INTTRA is focused on innovating and improving supply chain logistics for our growing global customer base. With global shipping volumes expected to double by 2030, industry demand will require strategic technology investments and the use of platforms that connect trading partners. Participants who adopt and embrace these solutions, such as INTTRA, will be in a strong position as the industry approaches this critical tipping point.”


Every April, Inbound Logistics editors recognize 100 logistics IT companies that support and enable logistics excellence. Drawn from a pool of more than 300 companies, using questionnaires, personal interviews, and other research, Inbound Logistics selects the Top 100 Logistics IT Providers who are leading the way in 2015. Editors seek to match readers’ fast-changing needs to the capabilities of those companies selected. All companies selected reflect leadership by answering Inbound Logistics readers’ needs for scalability, simplicity, fast ROI, and ease of implementation.


INTTRA is the world’s largest, multi-carrier electronic marketplace for ocean shipping. INTTRA professionals work with 54 leading carriers and NVOCCs, 109 software alliance partners, as well as their customers, to streamline and standardize their shipping processes worldwide through a network of more than 220,000 shipping professionals. Over 600,000 container orders are initiated on the INTTRA platform each week, representing 22 percent of global ocean container trade.

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