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INTTRA and Cass team to provide more granular information on ocean cargo trends

By Staff
December 11, 2013

INTTRA, a well-established multi-carrier e-commerce network for ocean cargo shipping, has partnered with freight payment provider Cass Information Systems, Inc. to publish theCass/INTTRA Ocean Freight Indexes.

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