June 2018 is an exciting month for MATCHBOX Exchange as we participate as one of the Victorian Governments delegates, through Trade Victoria, on a Trade Mission to London Tech Week from 10 to 16 June. Then onto Singapore and Thailand for the Trade Mission to CommunicAsia from 26 to 29 June.
After successfully launching throughout Australia and into New Zealand our sights are set on MATCHBOX Exchange’s international expansion to showcase the platform and business capabilities, connect with key international markets, commercial trading partners and business leaders. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Victorian Governments ‘Trade Victoria’ for selecting MATCHBOX Exchange as one of their delegates on both missions, allowing us this opportunity.
We are pleased to announce that MB is now offering its highly valued and unique container exchange platform to New Zealand as of Feb 2018.
Join the MATCHBOX Exchange Carrier Network to improve your bottom line and take the stress off your team! What’s on offer to you is improved truck turn times, better choices to source or de-hire your empty containers, no more fighting for suitable time slots, no fines for running late, and reduced transport costs. To register your interest or find out more please contact us or sign up here….
Today over 120 wharf carriers enjoy the savings and benefits of adopting MATCHBOX Exchange in their businesses. MB is now operational in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Fremantle and Adelaide.
2018 will see the MATCHBOX Exchange Carrier Network continue to grow along with a number of new services to be introduced including the new Matching Engine (ME) – a smart and simple tool that will save your busy operations team time and improve your bottom line! Want to know more? Please click this link to contact us.
MATCHBOX Exchange continues to expand across Australia with the service now available in WA from the 1st October.
Wharf carriers in WA can now enjoy what is on offer through MB. They can realise the benefits of having more (and better) choices for collecting/dehiring empty containers. They gain more flexibility, bigger delivery windows, and faster truck turn times. With these benefits (among others), 90+ wharf carriers in the MATCHBOX Exchange Carrier Network across Australia are now better set up for success.
MATCHBOX Exchange (MB) continues to expand with the service now available in SYDNEY as of August 2017. In just a few weeks, 25 Sydney wharf carriers have joined the MATCHBOX Exchange Carrier Network (MBCN), with many already enjoying the savings on offer. MB provides wharf carriers with better choices that did not exist before. Rather than incur significant delays and costs at empty container parks (ECP), wharf carriers can use MB to re-use or exchange their empty containers on much better terms. MB is allowing Sydney carriers to make better-faster-smarter choices, saving them time and money.
After a successful launch into Brisbane in the first quarter of 2017, MB expands into Australia’s largest port, Melbourne. Our sights are set on a national roll out of MB by the end of 2017 with international expansion to follow thereafter. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of our commercial partners and AusIndustry for its support via the Entrepreneurs Comercialisation Grant program.
MB are proud recipients of AusIndustry Entrepreneurs Commercialisation Grant program. Our success in securing this highly competitive government grant provides further validation of the unique value proposition that MB has to offer the global market of container logistics. This funding will be used to accelerate the commercialisation of MB and position it for its planned expansion into much larger international markets.
After its launch on the 23rd of January this year, MB continues to grow. In just three months, MB has grown to include 7 of the worlds largest shipping lines, including MAERSK, MSC and COSCO to name a few, along with 20+ QLD wharf carriers enjoying the benefits and savings on offer.
Melbourne will be the next market to benefit from MB, followed by Sydney, Freemantle and Adelaide in 2017.