Welcome to iTERM....
|The Internet Terminal Management System|
|iTERM provides full functionality, with the speed and accessibility of the Internet, at a fraction of the costs of competing Terminal systems. No expensive hardware and software investment is required ... you simply pay as you go.|
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|New Product Support Number (9/23/2005)|
|The New product support number is (973) 387-0421. Thank you!!|
|Wireless Terminal Management Integrated with iTERM (9/15/2005)|
|iTERM includes integrated wireless functionality in its market-leading online terminal management system, creating a significantly more powerful tool for tracking container movements through inland depots. |
Ironbound Intermodal Inc., operator of three container yards in the Newark/Elizabeth port area, is a major user of iTERM Wireless utilizing handheld units which interface to the iTERM system.
|EDI 322 (Gate Transaction) (9/2/2005)|
|We are currently mapped and trading gate transactions electronically (EDI-322) with the following carriers:|
If you are doing business with any of these lines and you are not currently sending EDI, please contact iTERM Product Support at firstname.lastname@example.org, to set up your facility.
|EDI 301 (Booking) (9/2/2005)|
|iTERM is currently mapped and trading EDI bookings (301) with the following carriers:|
If you are doing business with either of these lines and you are not currently sending EDI, please contact iTERM Product Support at email@example.com, to set up your facility.
|Steamship Line Fleet Files (9/1/2005)|
|To help with more accurate Gate Transactions, we have implemented an edit check against the Steamship Line Fleet files for the following nine Lines: APL, Hapag-Lloyd, Hyundia, Maersk, MOL, NYK, OOCL. |
Upon the entry of a Gate Arrival, iTERM will validate the data against the Fleet File. If the data does not match the Fleet File provided by the Steamship Line, a warning will be given to the user.
We will be adding more Steamship Lines for validation as quickly as we can get the data from those lines participating with iTERM.