Align your entire commercial operations from Tender to Trade Lane

A collaboration suite exclusively for today’s ocean maritime carrier

Why Lanetix is the best choice for Ocean Carriers

Manage and Reduce Fall Downs
Proactively monitor forecasted vs. actual volume to identify and manage fall downs by trade lane, customer and time period.
Forecasts by TEU’s
Get rate-level forecasts based on committed volume per equipment size, type, trade lane, and time period.
Align your Field Reps
Manage and correlate today’s leads and face-to-face customer meetings with commitments and tomorrow’s bookings.
One Platform
Streamline and integrate your processes to enable your commercial teams to swivel between selling inbound FAK bookings and long-term strategic sales, all within one platform.
Top-Down Visibility by Trade Lane
View commercial activity by track opportunity TEU volume, container type, count and size at the port pair level; give your reps access to service profiles, account performance, and trade-level insight.
One-Click QBR Prep
Prepare, plan and execute QBR’s with a snap, thanks to packaged Lanetix workflows that organize slides, agendas, roles, execution and follow-up.
Demand for ocean transport will double by about 2030 to 20 billion tons per year. The maritime industry must innovate. Ocean carriers and service providers will be required to adopt technology, including solutions like those developed by Lanetix.
Flemming Jacobs
Lanetix Board of Advisors
former Maersk Group partner and ex-NOL chief executive
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TMSA Logistics Marketing & Sales Conference
June 11 — June 13, 2017
Amelia Island, FL
eft North American 3PL Summit
June 14 — June 16, 2017
September 24 — September 27, 2017
Atlanta, GA
Gartner Supply Chain Event
May 23 — May 25, 2017
Phoenix, AZ
3PL Value Creation Asia Summit
May 18 — May 19, 2017
Honk Kong
TPM Annual Conference
February 27 — March 1, 2017
Long Beach, CA