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50% of FFs want to automate container journey monitoring

According to a recent poll conducted by container logistics tech company Container xChange, 50% of container users identified monitoring containers' journey from pick-up to drop-off as the operation they would like to automate first. Moreover, the poll found that 59% of companies believe that they do not have full control over their container movements.

To address these concerns, on 20 September 2022 at 12:00 CEST, industry experts from Kuehne + Nagel Belgium, Orange Container Line, and Container xChange will discuss the main container operations challenges and provide solutions for how freight forwarding companies and NVOCCs can seamlessly automate them and achieve full container movement transparency.

If you are faced with these very concerns or seeking to learn how to improve your container operations, book your seat here: https://bit.ly/CClaunchContnews. The discussion is open to all registrants for free.

All participants will learn:

  • The common container operations challenges faced by Freight forwarders and NVOCCs.
  • The best strategies to automate and enhance your container operations.
  • An effective way to monitor your container movements in near real-time from pick-up to drop-off.

About Container xChange 

Container xChange is a technology company that makes containers accessible globally for freight forwarders and container traders. We are on a mission to simplify the logistics of global trade.

xChange is trusted by more than 1000 container logistics companies including Kuehne+Nagel, Seaco and Sarjak that use our neutral online platform to remove friction and create economic opportunity.

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