Container majors agree on standardized digital tracking

Container lines such as ONE, MSC, CMA CGM and more have now adopted joint standards for digital container tracking through organization DCSA, which works for digitization and standardization in the container industry.

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The world's major container carriers have now adopted joint standards for tracking containers through DCSA, the Digital Container Shipping Association, which works to ensure digitization and standardization in the container industry.

The container lines' customers will now have access to "real-time data on the location of their containers across carriers," writes DCSA in an announcement.

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