• Agreement to work together to deliver ocean visibility solutions extended to three years
  • GateHouse Maritime and Satlock to solve challenges in global logistics accelerated by Covid-19
  • Using GateHouse foundation data, solutions launch by Satlock anticipated Q1 2022

Following the launching of its partnership in 2021, GateHouse Maritime, a leading provider of ocean supply chain visibility and predictability services and Satlock, specialists in the global control, administration and risk management of the physical distribution of merchandise, have today announced an extension to their partnership to meet the growing demand for reliable ocean visibility and shipping container tracking technology.

Launched in 2021, the two companies have now agreed to work together for at least three years. It’s a timely agreement with a growing number of reports highlighting increasing unreliability in the ocean supply chain throughout 2020 and 2021. GateHouse Maritime and Satlock are working together to provide customers with the power of real-time, end-to-end monitoring of cargo and logistics operations:

“We’re extremely proud to be partnering with such a pioneering logistics tech company and of the extension of our joint commitment to three years. Working together, we aim to revolutionize ocean visibility, shipping traceability, and container tracking for customers worldwide throughout 2022 and beyond,” said Martin Dommerby Kristiansen, CEO at GateHouse Maritime.

Deteriorated supply chain increases demand for ocean visibility Today, ocean supply chain reliability is in a state of deterioration and has been so since the onset of coronavirus in 2020. Global demand for physical goods increased throughout the pandemic and coupled with shortages of raw materials and manufacturing shutdowns, challenges in the supply chain global logistics have been causing untold headaches for cargo owners, freight forwarders and shipping firms, with customers experiencing lengthy shipping delays and unpredictable ETAs. As a result, demand for precise container tracking across the entire shipping supply chain has increased significantly