Infor to digitise CargoTrans' ocean freight management

By James Henderson
Cloud applications specialist Infor has announced that CargoTrans International has selected the Infor GT Nexus Commerce Network to digitise its ocean f...

Cloud applications specialist Infor has announced that CargoTrans International has selected the Infor GT Nexus Commerce Network to digitise its ocean freight management capabilities.

CaroTrans is a leading non-vessel operating common carrier (NVOCC) and ocean freight consolidator, headquartered in Clark, New Jersey, and has a network of offices in Asia, Europe, South America, Oceana, and the U.S.

The Infor GT Nexus Commerce Network, and CaroTran's suite of web-based commerce tools, enable the company to better execute bookings, ocean and inland rates, sailing schedules, and tracking.

The platform also helps the carrier's local teams of ocean transportation experts provide exceptional service in key trading markets throughout the world.

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“The Infor GT Nexus Commerce Network is essential to our delivering faster, more efficient freight management solutions to our customers,” said Matt Spartz, Vice President of Operations at CaroTrans International.

“We are now fully integrated to GT Nexus, which gives our customers the option to engage with us through a single connection. This strengthens our digital transformation efforts.”

Infor says that its GT Nexus Commerce Network is the world's largest cloud-based business network platform for global trade and supply chain management, and that it is used by the world's biggest companies to monitor and manage more than $500bn in inventory each year. 

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