InterTransIS is founded in 2013 by four experts with a proven track record in the logistic arena.
Traditional information brokers in the logistic playground provide data related to the whereabouts of various MOT’s (Means Of Transport) during different transport modes without sufficient added value to enable you to make the right decisions in the operational process.
InterTransIS is different. We provide intelligence and advice to improve your business processes without extensive lists and images of needless data that blur your decision making processes.
Depending on your needs, InterTransIS offers information at different levels of added value without 'noise' data. InterTransIS uses the DIKUW model, offering intelligence and advice 'that you need' and 'when you need it'.
InterTransIS cooperates with world class data providers. The acquired data is combined with business process knowledge to provide state of the art information and advice through the Tram4U platform; directly applicable and ready to be integrated into your business processes.
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July 27th, 2015
Antwerp in-port and Antwerp expected are in full production now. The cooperation between Port+ and InterTransIS will soon expand to the ports of Zeebrugge, Flushing, Terneuzen en Gent.
July 14th, 2015
is partner for the World Port Hackathon 2015. During the World port
days, 4 & 5 September various teams are invited to solve the real
challenges in the Port of Rotterdam.
InterTransIS provides real
time logistics information through various API's to facilitate the
About the Hackathon: (In Dutch)
Roy van den Berg
Harmen van Dorsser
<read more in Dutch>
July 10th, 2015
InterTransIS celebrates the 150th vessel entering the Port of Rotterdam using the advanced Tram4U electronic reporting system.
The 150th reported vessel was the Traviata with home port Luxemburg.
June 12th, 2015
InterTransIS and Port+ have signed a cooperation agreement which extends our product portfolio to the greater Rotterdam area and the Scheldt region. Jan van Dooren (managing director of Port+) and Bas Been (Managing Partner InterTransIS) signed the agreement in the port of Flushing.
'Old news' but still news