Effective transportation management requires inter-company collaboration and information sharing. That's why Transwide partners and interfaces with some of the leading players in logistics and information technology.
The Agriculture Transportation Coalition (AgTC) was founded in 1987 with the objective of achieving Shipping Act reform to allow U.S. ag exporters to be more competitive in the international market. Today, as “the voice of US agriculture exporters in ocean transportation policy”, we address the complete agriculture and forest products supply chain – truck, rail, and ports, as well as regulatory and commercial challenges.
The AgTC monitors government and commercial activity, facilitates constructive dialogue between the AgTC members and carriers, ports and other service providers, and keeps AgTC Members up-to-date on how these will impact their business.
The AgTC works with Congress, the Federal Maritime Commission, Customs and Border Protection, USDA and other agencies to change laws and regulations, when necessary, that would harm agriculture; we support laws that will benefit agriculture. Finally, we assist AgTC members on an individual basis with transportation-related problems.
The Professional Shippers' Association AUTF represents both manufacturers and commercial enterprises that draw on logistics providers for their transportation needs.
Belgacom SA is a Belgium-based company registered under the Belgian public law that provides both fixed and mobile telecommunication services, including telephony, internet and television services for both professional and private customers.
Headquartered in Bucharest, Bursa is the leading freight exchange in Romania which serves over 8,000 customers and provides nearly 200,000 freight and vehicle offers per month to certified Romanian transport professionals. Bursa is part of Wolters Kluwer Transport Services.
First4Farming (F4F) is a technology and services company focused on creating, expanding and improving ecommerce activities between trading partners in agriculture. F4F enables businesses to link their commercial processes and IT systems so that they can reduce costs, enhance service levels and increase sales. The organization delivers a full range of e-commerce solutions which connect back office systems with field based staff, logistics, suppliers and customers including B2B messaging and on-line customer or supplier portals. F4F provide their services exclusively for Agriculture and the food supply chain around the world.
The GT Nexus Portal is much more than a set of powerful Web-based applications. Behind the scenes lies an industry network of thousands of connected trade partners and logistics providers that are exchanging data and documents with other customers and/or each other.
Gwynt supports European manufacturers and retailers in improving their competitive position, performance and profitability. The company sees its mission for European retailers to continue playing an innovative and leading role in food, non-food and fashion around the world.
Headquartered in New Jersey (U.S.A.), INTTRA has over 200 professionals located in eleven countries. As the largest multi-carrier e-commerce platform for the ocean shipping Industry, INTTRA enables shippers, freight forwarders, third-party logistics providers, brokers and importers to electronically plan, process and manage their shipments fast and efficiently, replacing the traditional use of faxes and phone calls.