It takes a global network of shippers, freight forwarders, truckers, brokers, and more to coordinate the movement of more than 20 million containers that are brought into the US and Canada each year.
For larger teams, tracking containers is a little more complicated than just checking up on a list of containers. You may want to track a subset of containers for a specific group or line of business so that each team has full visibility into the location and status of their containers.
No matter where your cargo has originated from, or where it's headed in the US and Canada, you can track it through the Crux Systems dashboard.
To get started, add containers to your dashboard through the search box, or attach a CSV file with container numbers.
Once your containers are...
Terminals, shipping lines, and freight brokers have different sets of rules that determine whether a container is "available" or not. That can leave you with conflicting information, depending on the source.
To ensure we have the most up-to-date information about your containers, we ...
We get asked a lot about where we get our data. The short answer is: from a lot of places. And that's the secret...which isn't really a secret.
Too often, crucial data about your import containers is incomplete, isolated on different websites and systems, or missing all together. You need complete data to get complete visibility into your container's journey from origin to destination terminal.
Tracking and delivering containers is not a one person job. The process includes multiple touch points along a container's path from origin to destination, involving multiple parties within your own company and beyond. In essence, it's a team effort.