Ships handle about 90% of global trade or nearly 11 billion tons of goods every year, according to GreenBiz. The logistics of global supply chains are complex and can be costly both to the environment and the companies responsible for moving goods by shipping container. SynchroNet Marine was founded in 1996 to reduce both waste and expense in the shipping industry.
“We solve supply-and-demand problems on a daily basis,” says Chief Marketing Officer Barbara Marsh-Wetherell. “When a shipping line has too many containers at a certain port, SynchroNet finds companies with users to fill those containers with cargo and move them to a location desired by both parties.”
SynchroNet is supported by the company’s sophisticated and scalable database technology platform developed with and around the maritime container industry during the last 20 years. SynchroNet converts data into high-value services having developed and commercialized the industry’s only real-time software platform to optimize the movement, tracking, and invoicing of maritime ISO (International Organization for Standardization) containers globally, nationally, and regionally…