Since our founding five years ago, we’ve helped thousands of companies get better insight into their shipments, avoid expensive delays, and move their cargo more efficiently through the terminals.
At the Industrial Exchange conference in Miami recently, a lot of conversations were focused on how companies can reduce the costs associated with freight and supply chain complexity.
The Crux Systems platform collects and tracks a variety of container and vessel events, including things like vessel ETA, actual arrival, and discharge. Some events, however, are specific to your business and the coordination of your shipments.
A lot of conversations have been taking place recently around the need for data standards. I believe this is coming up more frequently due to the growing frustrations with the quality of data and the lack of access to data in logistics.
Anyone who has been impacted by increasing container volumes and congestion at terminals understands first-hand the need for improvements in moving cargo more efficiently through ports.
When it comes to data security and privacy, the most important thing to know is that your data is yours. We don't sell your data or share information about you with any third party. We only use information about you to improve our service and ensure it's functioning properly.
To all of our customers, friends, partners, and collaborators: thanks for making our 2018 great. We're excited to share more goods things to come in 2019 with you!
How can you determine if the data you're getting about your ocean cargo is accurate? Sometimes it's not easy to figure out, especially if the shipping line tells you one thing, and the terminal tells you something different. Who's right?
That's one of the problems we set out to solve with...
Our aim has always been to simplify container tracking and bring visibility to the shipment of ocean cargo. We knew that covering a single port or region would never be enough for the majority of people involved in moving ocean cargo.
Regardless of whether you're importing a few hundred containers into the Los Angeles area, or you're importing thousands of containers into multiple regions across the US and Canada, tracking your cargo should be the easiest part of your job.