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Inttra notes big progress in 2016

The digital market place serving the container industry notes major growth in the number of container bookings in the first half of 2016. Digitalization will be an increasingly important competition parameter for carriers, and this benefits Inttra, says CEO about the development.

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The world's largest digital market place for the container industry, Inttra, is booming in spite of the otherwise sluggish development in the container industry.

Specifically, the New Jersey-based company registered a total of 17 percent more container bookings through its platform in the first half of 2016 than in the same period last year, Inttra writes in an update.

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