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Inttra benefits from the crisis in the container sector

The crisis in container shipping will spur even more to choose Inttra, the world’s largest digital market for the container industry, in the years to come, the company’s new president, Inna Kuznetsova, tells ShippingWatch.

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The world’s biggest digital market place for the container industry, US-based Inttra, has growth ranked at the top of the company’s agenda in the years to come. This year the company - which was founded close to 15 years ago by a group of the industry’s top container carriers, including Maersk Line, MSC and CMA CGM – has booked double-digit volume growth rates, and the company expects to keep growing the coming years, explains Inna Kuznetsova in an interview with ShippingWatch on a visit to the company’s new European HQ in Copenhagen.

She was appointed president this year, and she currently provides strategic direction for the company, which today counts more than 50 container carriers and more than 110,000 charterers among its customers and network users.

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