Ocean Carriers
Over 30 leading ocean carriers are connected to CargoSmart's system. Carriers connect to CargoSmart to save costs, increase efficiencies, and enhance customer service levels. CargoSmart allows carriers' customers to manage shipments around-the-clock, reducing expensive phone calls, avoiding long call wait times, and minimizing repetitive follow-up.

CargoSmart provides a full-service support team, training tools, and an online customer service application to help carriers use CargoSmart to meet their customers' demand for automation and high service levels. CargoSmart also offers advanced solutions for carriers to improve their business operations.

We invite all carriers interested in connecting to CargoSmart, and shippers and logistics service providers who wish to request their carriers to connect to CargoSmart, to contact our business development team at info@cargosmart.com.
CargoSmart's connected carriers include:
ANL   ANL, which was founded in 1956, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the CMA CGM Group and specializes in transporting containers to and from Australia, New Zealand, and Oceania. ANL operates its own services, serving the rest of the world in partnership with CMA CGM. ANL possesses its own network of agencies in South-East Asia, China, and Oceania and also offers onshore services to its customers through its subsidiaries. ANL Logistics offers tailored solutions in order to optimize the transport logistics chain. ANL Container Hire & Sales offers a wide range of containers for sale or hire in Australia and Papua New Guinea.
CNC Line   Cheng Lie Navigation Company (CNC Line), founded in 1971, has been a wholly-owned subsidiary of the CMA CGM Group since 2007. CNC Line, based in Taiwan, is a leader in the Intra-Asian Trade. By becoming part of the CMA CGM Group, the company was able to strengthen its existing services and develop new ones, thereby increasing both its area coverage and the options it offers its customers. CNC Line provides its customers with personalized services, prioritizing the transport of temperature-controlled containers (reefers).
China Shipping   China Shipping Container Lines Co., Ltd. (CSCL) is a leading container shipping company headquartered in China. It is principally engaged in the operation and management of international as well as domestic trade lanes. CSCL is a specialized corporation affiliated to China Shipping (Group) Company, involved in container liner services and other related services. It provides services to customers in storage, transshipment, customs clearance, and other related declarations. Established in 1997 in Shanghai, CSCL has emerged as a major global player. It is currently among the top 10 container shipping company in terms of operating capacity.
   CMA CGM Group, led by its founder Jacques R. Saadé, is a container transport company. As a global carrier operating on all the world’s seas and oceans, the Group also benefits from the renowned expertise of its subsidiaries. CMA CGM provides customers with tailor-made solutions to meet all their transport requirements, on land as well as at sea. Indeed the CMA CGM Group is one of the first of the global shipping carriers to have control of the complete logistics chain. It offers a door-to-door service that integrates maritime transport with inland waterways or rail, as well as port handling facilities and logistics on land. The Group’s presence in the world’s most important terminals enables it to secure berths for its vessels, to keep container handling times to a minimum, and ensure excellent communication between its fleet and the ports.
COSCON   COSCO Container Lines Co., Ltd. (COSCON) has a fleet of 173 container vessels with the total capacity of 786,252 TEUs. With 178 ports for calling vessels in 60 countries and regions, it operated 84 international routes, 30 international branch routes, 22 coastal routes in China and 77 branch routes in the Pearl River Delta and the Yangtze River. COSCON has almost 500 domestic and overseas sales and service outlets. COSCON attaches great importance to improving service quality and sticking to the principle of “Market-Orientation and Customer-Satisfaction.”
Evergreen Line
  Evergreen Line is the unified common trade name for the five shipping companies of the Evergreen Group and it operates the fourth largest container fleet in the world. With over 300 service locations, Evergreen covers more than 100 countries with its shipping network. Evergreen always strives to provide its customers with the highest level of service. Operating over 200 container vessels, it provides a fleet of quality ships crewed by professional seafarers. Evergreen maintains all of the services currently operated and develops new trades to meet worldwide customer demand.
  Hanjin Shipping, a world-class global shipping logistics company, aims to be recognized, respected, and trusted by the world as the premier logistics company. Hanjin Shipping is Korea's largest carrier that operates some 60 liner and tramper services transporting over 100 million tons of cargo annually all over the world. Its fleet consists of some 200 containerships, bulk carriers, and LNG carriers. Hanjin Shipping has a comprehensive global business network with 3 regional headquarters, 200 overseas branch offices, and 30 local corporations, earning about 90% of its total revenue overseas.
  Hapag-Lloyd is a leading global liner shipping company and a powerful partner for its customers. It has approx. 200 modern ships, 7.5 million TEU (Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit) transported in a year, motivated staff at almost 600 locations in 112 countries, and networked through an IT system that is the industry leader. After the merger with CSAV's container business in December 2014 Hapag-Lloyd offers a fleet with a total capacity of around one million TEU as well as a container stock of more than 1.6 million TEU including one of the world’s largest and most modern reefer container fleets. The combination of more than 100 liner services operated by Hapag-Lloyd and almost 40 services by CSAV guarantees fast and reliable connections between all continents. For over 165 years Hapag-Lloyd has set industry-wide benchmarks for reliability, service, productivity and environmental protection. Other important topics for Hapag-Lloyd are compliance and sustainability.
Hapag-Lloyd   Independent Container Line (ICL) provides international container transportation between Northern Europe and the East Coast of the United States. ICL is a customer-focused organization with an incomparable reputation for providing on-time transportation services. Established in 1985, ICL is headquartered in Richmond, Virginia with offices at each of its direct ports of call; Chester, PA and Wilmington, NC in the United States, Antwerp, Belgium and Liverpool, England in Europe. ICL is a privately-held (German owned) steamship company that since its inception has received many awards for exceptional service and a customer driven approach. ICL has four vessels that are operated in a weekly service. These vessels have helped ICL establish the benchmark for schedule reliability on the North Atlantic trade lane. At ICL, customer focus and an uncompromising commitment to quality principles have produced consistent and highly reliable ocean transportation services.
"K" Line   Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. ("K" Line) was founded in 1919. The "K" Line of today occupies a significant place in the worldwide container trade with 115 offices in 98 countries. "K" Line services 80 liner strings between Asia and Europe, North America, Central and South America, Australia, South Africa, and the Middle East with a wide range of transportation and logistics services. Its fleet of 488 vessels, including 99 container vessels, is among the most advanced in the world, and includes many new state-of-the-art containerships, tramp and specialized carriers, car carriers, and tanker and gas carriers.
Maersk Line
  Maersk Line serves global customers through 325 offices in more than 125 countries. Every day 25,000 employees help customers optimize their supply chains by delivering second-to-none products and services, and making it possible for commodities to reach new markets. Maersk Line is known to be amongst the most reliable carriers in the world, epitomizing its devotion to create simple and reliable solutions so its customers can fulfill promises to their customers. Maersk Line is the container shipping leg of The Maersk Group, both headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Group employs about 121,000 people in around 130 countries.
  Matson Navigation Company is one of the leading U.S.-flag carriers operating in the Pacific, with a longstanding reputation for quality service in the transportation industry. Founded in 1882 and incorporated in 1901, Matson provides ocean transportation services for Hawaii, Guam, China and Micronesia, as well as logistics services through its subsidiary, Matson Integrated Logistics. Matson is a wholly owned subsidiary of Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. of Honolulu (NYSE: ALEX).
MCC    MCC Transport is a liner company dedicated solely to the critical, fast-growing and ever-changing Intra-Asian market for container shipping. The company has deep local knowledge throughout the region, yet benefits from all the strengths that a membership of the Maersk family entails. MCC Transport offers a reliable and very extensive network at a competitive price, and specializes in providing global and regional companies with a superior customer experience through effective and customized solutions suitable for the Intra-Asian trade. As a member of the A.P. Moller - Maersk Group, MCC Transport has access to the comprehensive group service network, leading edge reefer fleet and best in class IT infrastructure. With 500 dedicated staff in 14 countries across Asia from Bangladesh to East Russia, MCC Transport operates around 60 vessels with over 170 port calls a week. Besides regular liner shipping service for exporters and importers, it also provides feeder service for all major shipping lines.
MOL    Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) is recognized as one of the world's leading providers of global liner and logistics services. Offering a wide-range of service options, MOL has the flexibility to respond quickly to global market forces, giving customers the power to maintain the production and delivery schedules of their increasingly complex, multi-sourced supply chains.
MSC    MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A., of Geneva, Switzerland is a privately owned shipping line, founded in 1970, which has rapidly grown from a small conventional ship operator to become one of the leading global shipping lines of the world. During recent years MSC's maritime fleet has expanded substantially to consolidate its position as the 2nd largest carrier in respect of container slot capacity and of the number of container vessels operated. Such spectacular growth has been achieved internally through organic growth rather than through acquisition or merger. MSC believes in the importance of operating as independent carriers, responding quickly to customer needs with prompt, effective and global solutions. With MSC, customers deal with a single, global and highly specialized company which is able to provide the necessary answers to all their particular transportation requirements.
NYK   Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK Line) was founded in 1885 and has since become one of the world's leading shipping companies. NYK operates more than 130 full container vessels, and provides global transportation and logistics services. NYK offers its customers a high level of integrated transport services - while maintaining the highest standards for safety and quality of service.
  Orient Overseas Container Line Limited (OOCL), headquartered in Hong Kong, is one of the world's largest integrated international container transportation and logistics service providers, with more than 270 offices in 60 countries. Linking Asia, Europe, North America, the Mediterranean, the Indian sub-continent, the Middle East and Australia/New Zealand, the company offers transportation services to all major east/west trading economies of the world.
Seago Line
  Seago Line, as part of the A.P. Moller - Maersk Group, is serving the European and North African containerised market. Seago Line is founded with the aim to enhance regional market focus. The company is a stand-alone legal entity and operates as a fully independent business unit. In total 73 vessels are operated by Seago Line. Seago Line has its headquarters in Copenhagen and agencies in more than 25 countries.
US Lines
   US Lines founded in 2003, has become the expert in Transpacific and Australasia—North America (Oceania) container shipping through its operational reliability and the quality of its Customer Service. Its acquisition by the CMA CGM Group in 2007 allowed US Lines to access the resources and network of the world's No 3 operator who, in return, benefits from US Lines' expertise in the Australia/New Zealand Trade to and from North America.
Yang Ming
   Yang Ming Group was established on December 28, 1972. Since then, the group has dedicated itself to providing global and sophisticated marine transportation services. Moreover, Yang Ming has observed its core values of "Teamwork, Innovation, Honesty, and Pragmatism" while enhancing its transportation expertise and service quality and branching out into other business scopes in an effort to achieve its vision of becoming a transport group with excellence.