Your notification preferences, regional settings, and billing information are all available in the “My account” section of the dashboard. This is also where you can add users to your account, manage your plan, and update your billing information.
To better manage the containers on your dashboard, you can sort and filter your shipments to focus on the ones that matter most. You can filter your containers by status and region, and then take action.
Trying to figure out what's happening with your shipments is more complicated than it should be. At the very least, you probably have to manually compile emails from suppliers, data from ERP systems, and information from different terminal and shipping line websites all in a spreadsheet....
It's easy to get started tracking ocean cargo with Crux Systems. Check out this video for a tour of our container tracking dashboard.
If you need to be alerted right away when a container reaches a key milestone, set an alarm to get notified. Alarms give you more control over the type of notifications you receive about the containers on your dashboard, and allow you to specify the events you want to be notified about.
Sharing information about your shipments is necessary not just for managing your supply chain, but for managing your supply chain more efficiently. Here are three reasons why sharing information can help make your supply chain more efficient.
When you upload your containers into the Crux Systems dashboard, our system automatically finds information about the shipments and our algorithms clean up the data issues more than 90% of the time.
Finding out the current status of your import container shouldn’t require you to go to multiple websites and other sources, send emails, or make phone calls. It should be drop-dead simple.
If you're tracking more than a few containers, the best way to add them to your dashboard is to upload a CSV file. It will give you a faster search result for your cargo, and allow you to automatically upload any other data you'd like to track.