Published by The Journal of Commerce (JOC), JOC Sailings White Label allows customers to embed the most comprehensive database of sailing schedules into their own website. Searches performed on a customer’s website, query the JOC Sailings database and return results directly on the customer’s site, integrating with their existing design and branding.
This new product is ideal for any industry player with a touch-point in moving containerized, ro/ro, breakbulk or reefer cargo. JOC Sailings White Label is flexible and customizable, offering a choice of search features and a definable range of sailing schedules. Incorporating a search function and results grid designed to match the look and feel of the customer’s website, JOC Sailings White Label lets customers immerse their visitors in a rich search environment from within their own site.
“I am really excited to offer this cloud based solution to integrate the power of JOC Sailings into the websites or online products of those involved in the international supply chain. The JOC has a rich history of publishing sailing schedules and to now be able to offer customers the ability to integrate up-to-date global schedules into their own product offerings, speaks volumes to our focus on customer needs and the new product development underway within our group.” said Gavin Carter, CIO of UBM Global Trade. “This is just one of several ways we are pushing out new technology services to the shipping industry.”
The Journal of Commerce has published sailing schedules throughout its illustrious history and launched the JOC Sailings brand in 2008 to effectively distribute up-to-date sailing information online. For more information or to request a demo from a JOC Sailings solutions experts, visit www.jocsailings.com.