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Intermodal Insights - Technology Series: Trends & Applications in Drayage

Intermodal Insights - November/December 2021


“In the drayage space, we’ve seen an increased usage of our mobile app for drivers as container drayage companies try to digitize more of their workflow,” says Dennis Lane, managing director of Trinium Technologies. “From dispatch workflow to document capture with electronic PODs, mobile app usage is now a regular part of more and more of our customers’ operations.”

eLearning Released for Trinium-TMS

We are excited to announce the release of Trinium eLearning for the company’s transportation management system, Trinium-TMS!

Trinium’s team has been hard at work to transform the company’s system documentation into a formal eLearning platform that is now available on-line to all Trinium-TMS customers! The eLearning content includes learning plans, videos, workbooks, and other supporting documentation to assist our customers in broadening their Trinium-TMS knowledge. Exams are also offered to enable super-users to more easily train their end user teams.

Trinium to Sponsor and Exhibit at HTA DrayTech 2021

The supply-chain is being digitized, equipment is getting cleaner and more efficient, and drayage is at the epicenter of it all. You can’t afford to miss this year’s HTA DrayTECH Conference. Learn about the emerging innovations that will help revolutionize the drayage industry.

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Trinium Reaches Several Usage Milestones in 2020

PALOS VERDES, California – March 8, 2021 - Trinium Technologies, part of the WiseTech Global Group and a leading intermodal trucking software provider in North America, reached several usage milestones in 2020 of its transportation management system.

Trinium-TMS v11 Released

Trinium Technologies is excited to announce the release of a new version, Trinium-TMS v11!

Trinium-TMS v11 has over 140 enhancements to improve the user experience, enable increased productivity, and easier access to data for customers.

Version 11 Highlights include:

What's Your Mobile App Strategy?

In a most challenging year for many industries, a goods based economic recovery has started with a flurry in the containerized transportation world. As volumes have returned and even eclipsed past levels in some areas, the need to improve productivity through automation has become a competitive imperative. Extending that automation to drivers through a deliberate mobile app strategy is one of the critical success factors in 2020 as trucking companies target less and less physical interaction between drivers and internal staff.

Trinium Interfaces with Port of Houston API's

Trinium Terminal Connect, a service that enables truckers to interface to marine terminal systems via API connections, is now interfaced with the Port of Houston.

At both Barbours Cut Container Terminal and Bayport Container Terminal, Trinium-TMS customers can not automate the current manual process of requesting pre-advices on the Port of Houston website by triggering these requests directly from Trinium. Express Pass PIN#'s are pulling back into Trinium with no user intervention, with the PIN#'s also coming across to Trinium MC3, the company's mobile app for drivers.

Trinium Expands API Connectivity with Marine Terminal Appointment Automation

Trinium is excited to announce automated appointment scheduling with Trinium Terminal Connect and LBCT!

Directly from the Trinium dispatch screen, users can now request, update, and cancel appointments at LBCT. This is in addition to the automated pre-advice process. Users of Trinium-TMS can now completely automate their process with LBCT without leaving Trinium...enabling improvements to productivity in customer service and dispatch operations.

Terminal Appointment Systems: What Does the Future Hold for Them?

Intermodal Insights March/April 2020

Terminal Appointment Systems: What Does the Future Hold for Them?

Appointment systems are growing increasingly popular at intermodal terminals. From coast to coast in recent years, seaports, motor carriers, terminal operators and other entities have embraced the use of appointments as tools to help manage the ow of truck and cargo traffic.

And with increasing usage and growth in popularity inevitably comes change. So, how can appointment systems grow and evolve in the coming years?

MatchBack Systems Podcast with Bob Leef, Senior Vice President of Intermodal Operations at Container Port Group