Unlock full E2E supply chain visibility with our new Track & Trace tool

In the present market, cargo disruptions are worse than ever, making it even more critical to gain back control so you know exactly what is going on in your supply chain. With our new Track & Trace tool, you can do exactly that!

At Unifeeder, we are proud to launch our new Track & Trace tool, which allows you to always stay close to your cargo. You can follow your cargo inland and overseas from door to door. The tool is available on myUnifeeder, which is our digital platform for cargo management in Europe. With myUnifeeder, it is faster and more efficient to quote and book with us. myUnifeeder provides customers with instant quotes and a variety of options to select between different sailing schedules and prices.

By adding Track & Trace to the platform, you can gain full end-to-end supply chain visibility, so you always know exactly what is going on in your supply chain. We offer live tracking, including real-time gate in/gate out moves, enabling you to track your cargo anywhere, anytime, so you will never lose sight of your cargo. Moreover, you will receive status updates on your shipment at different stages of transit. Once you know exactly what is going on in your supply chain, you can start making fact-based decisions.

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On myUnifeeder, you will have all your shipment details in an easy overview, meaning that with a quick glance, you will know exactly where your cargo is.

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At Unifeeder, we are excited about this new feature, which we believe to be the key for small and midsize shippers to gain full control and transparency of their supply chains.

Go to myunifeeder.com to explore your possibilities for live tracking and easy cargo management.

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