Evergreen Line has announced the launch of their ‘GreenX’ platform. The carrier says that they are responding to the need for greater efficiencies through digitalization, and GreenX allows customers to enjoy seamless booking capabilities in addition to direct access to integrated trade services.
GreenX provides a digital portal for Evergreen customers to get instant quotes and book secured space with prioritized equipment supplied by the carrier. From the time of its soft launch last month, GreenX has received nearly two thousands of sign-ups via this one-stop digital platform, demonstrating customers’ interest in executing their bookings and trade services digitally.
The digital platform is powered by BlueX Trade, a neutral freightech supplier that has been involved in building leading ocean cargo networks, now linking the shipper community with Evergreen Line services.
GreenX benefits customers such as enterprise shippers (BCOs), NVOCCs and freight forwarders, giving them the ability to book within minutes directly with Evergreen Line; breaking the traditional rules of contract negotiation which needs to be carried out in advance with volume commitment. GreenX offers spot rates with secured space, giving customers the flexibility to make booking at the most convenient of right times.
The GreenX platform is designed to create a frictionless customer experience with greater shipping effectiveness and efficiency. With free registration, all customers are now able to utilize this one-stop digital platform anytime, anywhere. Essential information such as route searches, instant freight quotes and bookings are available. GreenX also empowers customers to make payments, submit VGM (Verified Gross Mass) and Bill of Lading instruction online, accelerating customers’ ability to manage all shipping procedures on one single digital platform.
At this initial stage, Evergreen Line says that they will be offering GreenX facilities on routes from Asia to North America, Europe, Mediterranean, Latin America, Middle East, Australia, South Africa and Intra Asia trade lanes.