Company

JOC Exchange is an online solution, provided by the Journal of Commerce, for sellers of ocean container capacity. This out of the box hosted solution creates a private online marketplace to promote you excess capacity. The marketplace extends your existing sales channel, giving your customs access to review and buy at up-to-date rates 24 hours a day. Founded and managed by a dedicated team of industry and technology veterans, the JOC Exchange currently offers solutions designed to more efficiently manage the selling and buying of container capacity.

Headquartered in Newark, New Jersey, USA, the JOC Exchange produces and manages transactional tools that solve critical business problems for the international transportation community. The JOC Exchange is owned by UBM Global Trade, a subsidiary of UBM plc. UBM Global Trade is the leading provider to the global trade and transportation market of comprehensive proprietary data, news, analytical content and events both live and online. Its vanguard brands include The Journal of Commerce, TPM, PIERS, JOC Sailings, Breakbulk and Rail Resource.

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History

April 2012

1st customer signs up to JOC Exchange.

August 2011

Launched Buyer 2.0: Refreshed the look, feel and functionality of the product.

December 2011

Launched Seller 2.0. Refreshed the look, feel and added significant functionality to support the notification and administrative tasks required to maintain rate levels.

October 2010

Triton Works acquired by UBM Global Trade and rebranded as the JOC Exchange

February 2009

Triton Works integrates carrier sailing schedules and automated rate algorithms as core functionality into the Exchange.

August 2008

Triton Works releases a beta version of the Exchange, a participant-neutral marketplace for the selling and buying of containerized ocean freight slots.

September 2007

Triton Works was established by a team of seasoned transportation and IT executives with a single purpose: to bring efficiency, control and technical innovation to ocean freight markets.