Windward Ocean Freight Visibility was built for businesses that ship time-sensitive and large volumes of ocean cargo.
By relying on the most accurate ETA predictions and real-time visibility, importers and exporters can plan their haulage bookings earlier and more accurately, improve warehouse logistics, and optimize resource management.
Receive the most accurate ETAs for your ocean shipments, allowing you to confidently lock in dates for your haulage and manage your warehouse resources.
Know when your containers are really going to arrive at their POD, get real-time updates on actual times of arrival and departure, and access these timestamps again whenever invoices arrive to avoid discrepancies.
Get the latest and most accurate ocean visibility on your customers’ shipments in the web application, or fed directly into your other systems via API.
With a click, share an interactive map with the current location of a shipment, as well as its past and future paths, predicted ETA, carrier ETA, reason for delay, and more.
During COVID, Windward Ocean Freight Visibility allowed us to improve our ETA accuracy from around 30% to 80%. That has had a massive impact on our efficiency and, of course, on our customer satisfaction.
We were absolutely blown away by Windward’s data. The visibility down to the port details and a drill down of any delay causes – and all in real time. Other available solutions today are a million miles away from that.
With an industry that provides endless ever changing updates from multiple sources, the Windward Ocean Freight Visibility solution brings huge peace of mind and support, giving us accurate live data whilst saving us time. Since working with Windward, we are able to focus more on bettering our customer service, reducing their risks and improving their experience.
“Most of the end-to-end visibility solutions available in the market have limited shipment coverage and data latency issues. After testing and comparing Windward’s Ocean Freight Visibility solution with others on the market, we concluded that it provided the biggest improvement on these challenges as well as others that we didn’t think could be solved.”