CC&S partners are leading companies within and outside the shipping industry ensuring open innovation within a neutral and safe environment. All our partners are focused on adding more value to the container freight transportation as well as achieving customer success. Becoming a CC&S partner gives you the ability to provide your services to the container industry within a neutral and safe environment.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Transportation & Logistics (MIT- CTL) is a world renowned institution with proven and recognized research in logistics and transportation. MIT- CTL’s accumulated knowledge and strong vision to improve supply chains match perfectly with CC&S vision. We welcome MIT- CTL as our research partner in order to find the right strategies to support container industry growth.
GTB, based in Silicon Valley in California, supports new and innovative companies find their way into industries as problem solvers. Our partnership with GTB guarantees a constant innovation of our services.
An “information pathway” crosses the Isthmus of Panama parallel to the Panama Canal, making Panama the connecting point for the Americas. It has more than 3,000 Gbps in five marine fiber optic cables reaching the U.S. by the East and West coasts, with links to Central and South America, and the rest of the world.
The CC&S Support Center is located within City of Knowledge in order to guarantee 24/7 connectivity with the World in a safe and neutral location.
Shippingefficiency.org uses open-source data from reliable partners to help calibrate its index, ensuring that it provides accurate and up to date data criteria on vessel and container efficiency. Shipping Efficiency partners with CC&S on supporting strategies to reduce the environmental impact of the international shipping industry.