Track and Trace is a system that records the location history of a container. Its data is used to gauge container movement and system efficiency. Track and Trace has a growing number of users and daily search hits, but it also records invalid search attempts. The company regularly contacts its clients to gather feedback and improve its system.
The MICT Track and Trace mobile app is a mobile application that allows users to track their shipments in real-time. It also provides a link to MICT’s Transparency program. The application is powered by the OpenNet Initiative, a partnership between three universities. It also lets users receive alerts and notifications via SMS.
The MICT track and trace app has been designed with ease of use in mind. Users can find the location of a container and see if it is loaded or empty. There is an intuitive user interface that gives port users easy access to the latest information.
Bill of lading number
MICT track and trace is a shipping management solution that enables the tracking of containers. It works on both domestic and international shipments. You can enter a bill of lading number or booking reference number to obtain the latest status of your shipments. Bill of lading numbers can be found on the shipping invoice.
When using the MICT Mundra Port Container Tracking service, you can get information on the shipment’s location and progress by using the bill of lading number. You can also track your shipment using the booking number and container number. If you need to track more than one shipment, you must register with the site. Shipments that are delayed can negatively impact your sales and customer relations.
ICTSI, a provider of port logistics solutions, recently reported an impressive 58% increase in its first-quarter attributable net profit. It plans to continue expanding its services in order to meet the needs of its clients. In the meantime, it has tapped Rimini Street, a third-party support provider for SAP and Oracle, to provide IT support for its critical business processes. The company is also planning to roll out a customs examination viewing portal that will allow brokers to monitor customs inspections without physically being present.
The new system is designed to provide visibility, control, and automation to the transportation industry. Users can monitor the location of containers on a map and receive email notifications of updates on their movements. The system is free to use and requires no registration. To get started, simply input the bill of lading or container number. The system then stores the movement of each container for three months.
ICTSI 2021 delivery tracking program
The ICTSI 2021 delivery tracking program is designed to keep track of shipments in the container shipping industry. The program uses data from the Track and Trace system to measure the efficiency of container shipping. This technology allows users to track the location of a shipment from beginning to end by entering the container number and bill of lading. It is also designed to notify clients of any vessel arrivals and changes in status.
The program is a new way for companies and organizations to improve their business. It is a collaborative effort between ICTSI and industry partners to help port operators and logistics firms improve their processes. This initiative aims to reduce costs and improve efficiency.
ICTSI’s investments in technology
ICTSI, the company behind the Manila International Container Terminal, has invested over P900 million in information technology over the last 10 years. The investments are aimed at crisis-proofing the terminal, increasing operational efficiency, and providing world-class customer service. These investments include the roll-out of 5G technology last year. It also utilizes spreader load cells mounted on rubber-tired gantries, which reduce truck drivers’ waiting time at the terminal.
ICTSI’s recent investments include projects in emerging markets. It has committed to developing container operations in Puerto Cortes, Honduras, where it recently won a concession process. In addition, it has committed to developing two new berths on the Congo River, in Democratic Republic of Congo, with local partner Simobile.