Existing registrations on UASC’s e-Commerce portal including schedule subscriptions and alerts will be transferred automatically to Hapag-Lloyd’s system ensuring no disruption to your business.

Pre-registration details for the Hapag-Lloyd Online Business portal will be shared with you in due course. UASC customers using portals like INTTRA, GT-Nexus or CargoSmart will also be automatically transferred to Hapag-Lloyd’s system to safeguard a smooth integration.

Customers with a direct EDI connection will be contacted individually to set up a connection with Hapag-Lloyd. If different e-channels are used with UASC and Hapag-Lloyd, the e-channel with the higher volume should be the preferred channel.

Source: Hapag Lloyd
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