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 iShipNet 1.0

International Shipping Network (iShipNet) is a GLOBAL UNIFIED MARITIME ECOSYSTEM where Professionals from ALL OVER the WORLD can communicate their business enquiries and offers (Chartering, S&P, Spare Parts, Chandling etc) to a continuously growing number of companies, related to Shipping and get replies, in a very short time, from companies that will view the enquiry and are able to meet the demand, reducing the long lasting and costly daily searching for services or products.

The aim of this network is to offer the simplification of processes required in maritime related professions, through a wide range of built in tools, that were created according to maritime profession categories.

Furthermore iShipNet offers the environment, that allows Shipping related companies to know about the existence and create business connections with potential clients and providers that was not easy to be accomplished otherwise. Of course all Shipping related companies have their own clientele and their network of providers. The Shipping Industry was not created yesterday! The platform though, remains a very useful tool. No matter what the clientele's size is or what contracts may exist with providers, the question remains...

"Can it be done better, faster and cheaper?”

Simplifying the process of approaching new markets, communicating directly with the potential customers or suppliers and integration of the global shipping market is no longer a scenario of science fiction.

It is iShipNet.

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Souhrnné informace o iShipNet

  • Verze programu

    1.0
  • Autor

  • Potřeba instalace

    ne
  • Velikost souboru

    31,49 MB
  • Systémové požadavky

    Aplikace pro: iPhone, iPad
  • Jazyk

    • Angličtina
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  • Poslední aktualizace

    15. 5. 2020

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