The foundation of TradeLens is its global supply-chain ecosystem made up of shippers, freight forwarders, ports and terminals, ocean carriers, intermodal operators, government authorities, customs brokers and more.
TradeLens is already handling more than 700 million events and 6 million documents a year, expediting decision-making and lowering the administrative frictions in trade.
The TradeLens ecosystem currently includes over 100 entities handling global trade, including ocean carriers, ports, terminal operators and 3PLs, as well as government and customs authorities around the world. At the heart of the ecosystem are the shippers and cargo owners whose goods are moved from origin to destination.
Train, drayage and barge operators are looking for trustworthy visibility and document management tools to help make informed decisions and let them focus on efficient asset planning and building value-added services for customers.
Authorities and agents in charge of the import and export of goods want powerful new tools to help them digitize the customs clearance data and document workflows, improve risk management, and increase transparency.
Port and terminal operators are seeking ways to increase the efficiency of yard planning, improve communications around customs-release and connect to an extended port community.
Carriers around the world are looking to gain efficiency and improve asset utilization in order to deliver better customer service and offer competitive rates on every shipment.
Financial services providers, including insurance companies, want to automate laborious manual verification processes, increase transparency, simplify compliance and streamline financial settlements.
Specialists in digital supply-chain software solutions want to develop apps for global shippers, carriers and government authorities on a single, open platform with a dedicated marketplace.
Ports and terminals directly integrated with TradeLens
Ports and terminals contributing data to TradeLens