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JOC Executive Commentary - CEO Bryn Heimbeck

Competition will be tough for anyone who isn't leveraging cloud technology in 2013. The days of the rising tide of global growth lifting all ships is over. Slow, or negative, eco­nomic growth will mean businesses facing more competition therefore finding greater need to differentiate themselves from their peers.

 

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Posted by on 01/15 at 02:22 PM in Permalink

Trade Tech Launches 90-Second Rate Quote Application for NVOs

BELLEVUE, Washington – This morning Trade Tech Inc, a global supplier of cloud-based solutions for the logistics industry, launched the newest version of their Trade Rates Pricing Suite which has been redesigned to accelerate the quote response time and generate more business for NVOs. The new version of Trade Rates is simple-to-use and produces accurate rate quotes in 90 seconds or less for users around the globe, with an interface so intuitive that no training is required.

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Posted by on 12/12 at 04:00 PM in Industry NewsPermalink

Reaching out to our customers affected by Hurricane Sandy

We here at Trade Tech wish to express our deep concern for you and your family’s wellbeing. This storm has had unprecedented effects on the United States northeast coast, especially in the New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, and Rhode Island areas. 

 

 

 

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Posted by on 11/02 at 02:31 PM in Permalink

Trade Tech Customers Take Advantage of Early Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) Approval



With many software providers and carriers currently not certified for ACE, many NVOs, shippers and forwarders are very concerned with the September 29, 2012 deadline and potential cargo delays.

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Posted by on 08/15 at 09:45 AM in Permalink

CEO Bryn Heimbeck on how technology is reshaping online bookings

Remember playing the game of telephone as a child? One person whispers a phrase into the ear of the next person, who repeats it to the next, and by the time it gets to the last person, it’s often become unrecognizable. What’s fun for children is a nightmare for the international supply chain.

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Posted by on 05/31 at 10:33 AM in Permalink

Trade Tech Hires Implementation Project Manager for Europe


Position is based at a new office in Lyon, France, that expands Trade Tech’s European reach.

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Posted by on 05/24 at 05:28 PM in Permalink

Trade Tech Makes List of Top 100 Logistics IT Providers

BELLEVUE, Washington – Trade Tech, a global logistics IT provider and supplier of cloud-based solutions for the transportation industry, has been recognized by Inbound Logistics magazine as a Top 100 Logistics IT Provider.

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Posted by on 05/14 at 01:48 PM in Permalink

Message from CBP: Expansion of the Centers of Excellence and Expertise

On Thursday, May 10, 2012, Acting Commissioner David V. Aguilar of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced the expansion of Centers of Excellence and Expertise (Centers) at the West Coast Trade Symposium in Long Beach, CA. CBP will create two new Centers by the end of Fiscal Year (FY) 2012. The two new Centers will be the Automotive & Aerospace Center coordinated from Detroit, and the Petroleum, Natural Gas & Minerals Center coordinated from Houston.

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Posted by on 05/11 at 03:10 PM in Permalink

FMC Notifcation to our Valued Customers

May 7, 2012

It is a matter of increasing concern to the Commission that, over the past 12 months, a number of NVOCCs have sought to abandon their tariffs, relying heavily upon an article published on the Internet entitled "FMC Closing Tariff Filing Requirement for Licensed NVOCCs." In the course of allowing NVOCCs to utilize Negotiated Rate Arrangements (NRAs), that article asserts, inaccurately, that the Commission determined also to "stop requiring NVOCCs to maintain filed tariffs." It is our understanding that this article was circulated within the NVOCC and shipping industry by a third party in the course of marketing transportation- related software and other services.

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Posted by on 05/07 at 11:13 AM in Permalink

FMC Announcement on Modernization of Rules Governing NVOCC'S

Lidinsky proposes ‘top-to-bottom’ modernization to ease regulation

Federal Maritime Commission Chairman Richard Lidinsky Jr. said he hopes the FMC can move quickly on a “top-to-bottom” modernization of rules covering non-vessel-operating common carriers. In a speech to the annual meeting of the National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America, Lidinsky outlined the FMC’s efforts to overhaul its regulations covering NVOs.

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Posted by on 04/30 at 03:35 PM in Permalink

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