Inttra expands in the field of empty containers

The partially industry-owned company Inttra will acquire Belgium's Avantida, a digital platform for handling empty containers.

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Inttra, which is owned by ABS Capital and five container carriers, including MSC, CMA CGM, and Maersk Line, has taken over Belgian company Avantida, Inttra writes in a press release.

US-based Inttra, which established its European HQ in Copenhagen a few years back, will now expand its digital services in the area of handling empty containers, which is the focus of Avantida's business, specifically "digitized, automated container reuse and repositioning."

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