INTTRA was founded in 2001 as a joint venture between CMA-CGM, Hamburg Sud, Hapag-Lloyd, Maersk Line, MSC, and UASC to create a standard electronic booking system for the ocean freight industry. Neutral from the start, INTTRA has grown into the largest ocean shipping network in the world with over 30,000 active shippers across more than 200 countries, over 60 carriers and NVOCCs, and more than 150 integrations with transportation management and port system software partners. One out of every four ocean containers shipped globally are booked through the INTTRA Platform.

INTTRA has evolved from its roots as a booking engine to provide a full range of software solutions and services for both shippers and carriers. Our unique position as the operator of the world’s largest container freight network enables INTTRA to lead the digital transformation of the ocean shipping industry.

Ocean Carrier Network

2001

The INTTRA Company was founded by a consortium of top carriers

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Sept 2004

INTTRA expands into China, India, Latin America and Africa Users in 60 countries

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Apr 2006

165% year over year growth in e-Commerce usage in China boosts adoption

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Jul 2008

INTTRA Expands presence across SE Asia markets

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Jul 2012

INTTRA listed as Supply Chain Brain’s 100 Great Supply Chain Partners for 2012

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Jun 2014

INTTRA listed as Inbound Logistics 2014 Top 100 Logistics IT Providers

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Apr 2015

INTTRA Expands e-Shipping on Africa Routes

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Oct 2017

INTTRA Launches its first Container Forecast and Allocation Tool