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1 Introduction to INTTRA-Act Shipping Instructions Q2 2006

2 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 2 INTTRAs Web-based Ocean Logistics Execution Notifications Bill of Lading Reports Shipping Instructions Schedules Track & Trace Booking Tender Shipping Instructions

3 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 3 Agenda Introducing Booking INTTRA Solution Value Proposition INTTRA Contact Industry Challenges

4 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 4 Current Process – Shipping Instructions Shipper / Forwarder Phone Fax EDI Web

5 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 5 New Process – Shipping Instructions Shipper / Forwarder

6 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 6 Agenda Introducing Booking Industry Challenges Value Proposition INTTRA Contact INTTRA Solution

7 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 7 Shipping Instructions – Features Provide multiple SI creation features Re-using previously submitted SI From an SI draft (template) From a submitted booking (copy of data) As a stand-alone SI from scratch Support SI amendment process Provide data editing Support multiple container/commodity information Support split goods and multi-level packaging Provide SI data formating into generic B/L format viewing Facilitate US Customs container security requirements

8 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 8 Inttra Home Page

9 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 9 Shipping Instructions Login TO BEGIN Open an Internet browser 1 Type in the address window and press ENTERwww.inttra.com Click found on the upper right portion of the Home page) to access the INTTRA-ACT login page OR Type https://www.inttraworks.inttra.com/index.jsp to go directly to the login page Login and select Shipping Instructions login now 1 INTTRA-ACT supports the following browsers: IE 5.0 and later Netscape 4.7x or 4.8

10 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 10 Creating Shipping Instructions Screen Modules The Shipping Instruction module contains 7 sections: Carrier References Routing Parties Commodities Containers / Commodity Assignment Documentation - B/L Details

11 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 11 Creating Shipping Instructions Create a New Shipping Instruction Shipping Instructions can be created: 1. as a standalone shipping instruction (serving as a booking and shipping instruction) 2. from a confirmed booking 3. from an existing, previously submitted shipping instruction

12 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 12 Shipping Instructions Completed Shipping Instructions After the Shipping Instruction is submitted to the appropriate carrier, a submitted page appears. It assigns a unique number to the shipping instruction. It also summarizes the data. You have the option of Reusing the shipping instruction or viewing the information in a generic b/l format.

13 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 13 Shipping Instructions Shipping Instructions - B/L format To facilitate the b/l review process, and support paper-based business processes, you can view and print the shipping instruction information in a "generic" bill-of-lading format This format can only be viewed or printed after the customer submits the shipping instruction to the carrier

14 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 14 Agenda Introducing Booking Industry Challenges INTTRA Solution Value Proposition INTTRA Contact Value Proposition

15 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 15 INTTRA-ACT Value Proposition INTTRA-ACT provides the shipping community with Web portal access to standardized carrier shipping information and schedules, operations documentation, and volume management processes, thereby streamlining the global ocean transportation process.

16 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 16 Relative Value Proposition Target Audience Relative Value Proposition The Buyer The Seller (Shipper) The Vendor The Consolidator The Forwarder The Carrier The Broker The Distribution Agent The Consignee Track & Trace High Medium High Medium High Booking Low High Medium High Low Medium Schedules Medium High Medium High Shpg Instruct. Low High Low High Low

17 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 17 Shipping Instructions- Benefits Ability to submit electronic SI to multiple carriers Efficiency gains in work flows and faster processes Improved data accuracy and quality Ability to submit electronic SI to carriers not offering such services Improved documentation turn-time 24/7 accessibility Customs imports requirements

18 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 18 US Customs Container Security Initiative (CSI) Cargo declarations are required to be filed with U.S. Customs 24 hours prior to loading containers bound for U.S.A. Affected shipments include containers destined for the USA or containers onboard a vessel that will stop at a US port INTTRA helps to avoid shipment delays INTTRAs SI module is CSI compliant INTTRA provides workflow tools that alert shippers and forwarders to bookings which may be at risk of missing the 24-hour cut-off: CSI Notification CSI Management Reports

19 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 19 Agenda Introducing Booking Industry Challenges INTTRA Solution Value Proposition INTTRA Contact

20 Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © 2005 INTTRA Inc. 20 Getting Started with INTTRA… Contact Your Local Carrier Sales Representative or Visit

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