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NYSHEX announced the addition of Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) to its community, on Monday 23 July 2018.

HMM joins the group of carriers - Maersk Line, CMA CGM, Hapag-Lloyd, OOCL and COSCO, who "have embraced the value of digital contracting and fully enforceable ocean freight contracts as a new offering for their customers' model introduced by NYSHEX that is proven by a 99.8% fulfillment rate", NYSHEX refers to the related press release.

“We are thrilled to welcome HMM as a carrier member of the exchange who joins our other carriers in bringing a virtuous cycle of reliable bookings and services to global shippers. As an innovator in reliability and technology, HMM provides our shipper members with additional service options at an ideal time as new routings and new trade lanes are being added daily. Global shippers of all types are welcoming the value of NYSHEX’s free membership and unlocking the benefits of reliable digital contracting via the exchange’s easy-to-use digital framework,” said Gordon Downes, CEO of NYSHEX.

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