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Independent Container Line Selects GT Nexus Portal for Industry-Wide eCommerce Services

GT Nexus has been selected by Independent Container Line (ICL) to provide transactional e-commerce services to global customers through the GT Nexus Trade and Logistics Portal. ICL will integrate its back office systems with the Portal to enable Web-based paperless business transactions with shipper and forwarder customers around the world.

“ICL recognizes that global customers put a premium on advanced technology,” said John Urban, GT Nexus president. “Customers want to simplify their interactions with partners through automation and ICL is now part of our growing carrier network. We welcome them to the GT Nexus community.”

The GT Nexus trade and logistics portal combines two things — strategic business applications; and a network of carriers, 3PLs, banks and suppliers. All services are delivered on-demand, over the Web, which allows customers to get up and running quickly and cost effectively. Carriers only need to integrate with the GT Nexus portal once, and can then use that single standardized interface to exchange business information with thousands of global customers.

ABOUT ICL — Established in 1985, Independent Container Line is a world-class steamship line headquartered in Richmond, Virginia. They provide international container transportation between Northern Europe and the East Coast of the United States. Through a network of affiliated companies that offer specialized transportation solutions, the ICL Group is able to provide complete supply chain services from origin to destination. For more information, visit

ABOUT GT NEXUS — GT Nexus runs the world’s only industry-backed, on-demand global trade and logistics portal. Today, more than 40,000 registered users, from over 15,000 organizations use a range of capabilities on the portal to optimize the global flow of goods and trade information from order point to final payment. GT Nexus connects the physical and financial supply chains. This allows buyers, sellers, banks and logistics providers to work over a common platform with a core set of information that supports multiple trade and logistics functions. Customers include Nestle, Xerox, American Eagle Outfitters, Procter & Gamble, Weyerhaeuser and The Home Depot. For information, visit

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