Logistics consulting firm Circle has released a new product which allows electronic data exchange between its MILOS platform and the INTTRA booking platform.
The MILOS Connector for INTTRA provides full interoperability between INTTRA and Circle’s MILOS platform, used to optimise the transport of containers, as well as integration with other booking and tracking tools.
This new product is a result of a multi-year agreement between the firm and American company INTTRA.
INTTRA connects around 225,000 shipping professionals with more than 50 carriers and is responsible for more than 700,000 container orders each week – more than one quarter of global ocean container trade.
Circle’s CEO Luca Abatello said: “Platform interoperability is an asset we have invested in since the beginning because it gives our customers the possibility of exchanging information with all the actors involved in the supply chain and simplifies significantly the transport management, with a consequent reduction in time and related-costs.”