INTTRA links with Shenzhen EDI provider
Online ocean trade platform INTTRA on Monday said it has partnered with SZEDI, one of the largest port information centers in China.
SZEDI is authorized by the Shenzhen government to provide EDI and value-added services, logistics information services, customs electronics declaration services and e-commerce services.
“Now working with INTTRA, the information provider has strengthened its supply data by automating and standardizing the shipment process with multiple carriers while receiving status information on containers,” INTTRA said in a statement.
In 2001, SZEDI was appointed by the Shenzhen government as the exclusive Information Public Platform for the Shenzhen logistics industry. On behalf of the Shenzhen Government, SZEDI has worked with China Customs to found the Shenzhen E-Port, which is the exclusive platform for Electronics Declaration of Exit and Entry of Cargo in Shenzhen.
INTTRA said that more than 260,000 container orders are initiated on its platform each week, representing almost 10 percent of global ocean container trade. China is New Jersey-based INTTRA’s largest foreign market.