A complete picture of the status of ships expected in the port, when your containers are unloaded and when they depart the sea terminal on a single screen.
- See and track all your importcontainers in the port of Rotterdam
- Stay fully informed from weeks before arrival to the exact moment your container leaves the terminal
- Gate-out updates before departure from the terminal
- All the information via a single reliable platform
- Automatic alerts (e.g. ship delay)
Who is it for?
As a forwarder, shipper or haulier, you can keep a close eye on your container in Cargo Tracker. This real-time insight enables you to optimise planning. In the event of anomalies, you can make adjustments immediately. Which means you can work faster, more efficiently and smarter, both within your own company and in partnership with other parties in the logistics chain.
Via web and API
Cargo Tracker is available via the web and as an API. With an API, you can build Cargo Tracker into your own software system entirely in accordance with your own wishes. You can find the API specifications on our developer portal.
From cargo information to cargo control
As well as seeing and tracking your containers, you may wish to take the appropriate follow-up actions immediately: From April 2021, you can upgrade Cargo Tracker to Cargo Controller. This really puts you in control of your cargo. Based on the track & trace information, you can quickly and easily initiate the subsequent customs procedures in Cargo Controller or authorise others to do so. Cargo Controller replaces the current service Cargo Information.
To use Cargo Tracker, you pay a monthly subscription fee plus a charge for each container you request. There is a one-off connection charge of € 249.50 (exclusive of VAT). If you subscribe to the service via API, you get free access to the web screens.
Want to know more?
Go to Portbase Support for the Quick Start Guide and frequently asked questions about Cargo Tracker.