HMM has introduced its fast, easy and seamless digital solution called Hi Quote (HMM Instant Quote).
With the launch of Hi Quote, HMM is expected to offer a comprehensive contact-free sales experience featuring instant quotation, booking confirmation and space guarantee as a non-stop online service.
- Instant quote on spot rates – Hi Quote will grant customers a rate quotation on a real-time basis with the desired dates.
- Automatic booking confirmation – Booking confirmation will be completed within minutes.
- Secured space – Confirmed bookings via Hi Quote will benefit from a guaranteed cargo space. A space guarantee is applicable only for cargoes with direct calls between ports.
At the initial stage, Hi Quote is currently available for export cargoes loaded on dry containers from Korea to Europe, South East Asia, South West Asia, South America and Australia. U.S.A and Canada will be included in the service at the end of 2022.
An HMM official said, “Hi Quote has been designed on our technological capabilities. We will continue to expand service coverage of Hi Quote at a global level to provide our customers with more visibility and efficiency in a much simpler way.” and added, “In the mid-to-long term, we will consider integrating inland logistics network into Hi Quote, while at the same time applying freight rate solutions powered by Artificial Intelligence.”
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