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Company Overview of INTTRA, Inc.
INTTRA, Inc. operates as a SaaS-based ocean shipping’s e-marketplace company for freight forwarders, shippers, third-party logistics providers, brokers, importers, industry portals, shipping lines, software partners, carriers, and NVOCCs worldwide. It offers rate management, shipping management, document conversion, shipment visibility, regulatory compliance, and billing and invoicing solutions; and shipment management, visibility, and consulting services. The company was incorporated in 2000 and is based in Parsippany, New Jersey with additional offices in Mumbai, India; Copenhagen, Denmark; Hamburg, Germany; Miramar, Florida; Admiralty, Hong Kong; Singapore; and Shanghai, China.
One Upper Pond Road
Morris Corporate Center II
Parsippany, NJ 07054
Founded in 2000
Key Executives for INTTRA, Inc.
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President of Corporate Development & Finance
Managing Director of China & Korea
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
INTTRA, Inc. Key Developments
INTTRA Appoints Paul Mullins as Senior Vice President, Global Sales
Jan 12 15
INTTRA announced that Paul Mullins has joined the company as Senior Vice President, Global Sales effective immediately. Mullins most recently worked as the Senior Vice President, Business Development of Agility.
INTTRA Announces Management Changes
Jul 21 14
INTTRA announced that John F. Fay has joined the company as Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. Fay most recently worked as Senior Managing Director and Global Head of Commodities and Currencies for Newedge Group, where he also served as a member of its Executive Committee. Fay replaces Ken Bloom, who announced his departure from INTTRA in March 2014.
INTTRA Collaborates with GS1 US to Deliver Updated Guidelines for International Trade
Feb 27 14
INTTRA will collaborate with GS1 US, to develop and implement containerized shipping data exchange guidelines for supply chain and logistics professionals globally. With this, INTTRA has joined the GS1 US Logistics Workgroup, and together, the organizations and workgroup will produce best practices documentation for how container event tracking data is delivered and managed in the supply chain. This paves the way for a standardized approach to delivering accessible and consistent information -- along with a more efficient shipping process -- for international trade. This collaboration brings together INTTRA's global e-marketplace of carriers, freight forwarders and shippers with the expertise of GS1 US in helping industries develop standards, create advocacy and advance implementation. A common e-shipping standard provides a roadmap for improving supply chain productivity through automated processes, a consistent set of container delivery events, and targets for data timeliness.
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