Pacific International Lines (PIL) Container Tracking

With Ocean Visibility Flex by project44, you gain instant visibility for your PIL containers without contracts, commitments or a complicated IT setup. 

Track all your shipments with the click of a button with project44’s new lightweight solution for low-volume shippers. It’s free to track up to 50 containers.

PIL Tracking

Would you like global container visibility at your fingertips for PIL containers and any other carrier or forwarder? Project44’s container tracking solution, Ocean Visibility Flex, gives you this and more.

You receive predictive ETAs and shipment status on a single dashboard, all updated in real time by machine learning algorithms. Proactively react to issues like delayed containers or stuck in trans-shipments incurring D&D fees. Ocean Flex keeps you and your customer informed and one step ahead.

Ocean Visibility Flex is the solution designed for low-volume shippers. It’s free to track up to 50 containers and just $8 per container; after that, up to 2,500 containers.

Are you ready to get started with real-time container tracking?

Sign up for an account, enter your shipment details and start tracking your PIL containers. 

Do you ship more than 2,500 containers annually? Please contact our enterprise sales team.

Getting Started with PIL Container Tracking

Tracking your PIL containers is easy with Ocean Visibility Flex. Here’s all you need to do:

1. Sign up with project44

Sign up for an account and enter your company details.

2. Find your Booking ID Number

  • First, locate your PIL Master Bill of Lading

  • Under the heading Booking ref on the Bill of Lading, you will find the ID Booking number

3. Start tracking

Input the ID Booking number into the project44 container tracking tool and start tracking.

(Alternatively, you can track your PIL containers using the Master Bill of Lading (MBL / BL Number) or Container Number).

Why Container Tracking Matters

Tracking PIL containers is important for several reasons beyond just supply chain management and logistics. One key benefit of tracking containers is the ability to optimize their use and reduce waste. By knowing the location and usage of containers at all times, businesses can ensure that they are being used efficiently and not unnecessarily left idle or underutilized. This can help to reduce the environmental impact of shipping, as well as save on costs by avoiding the need to purchase or lease additional containers.

Another important aspect of tracking containers is the ability to monitor and improve the condition of the containers themselves. By knowing the location and usage of containers, businesses can more easily identify any issues or damage that may need to be repaired or replaced. This can help to prevent costly delays or disruptions in the supply chain due to faulty or damaged containers.

Tracking containers can also help businesses to better understand and optimize their operations. By analyzing the data collected from tracking systems, businesses can identify patterns and trends in their container usage, such as which routes are most efficient or which types of cargo are most commonly shipped. This can help to inform decision-making and improve overall efficiency and profitability.

Finally, tracking containers can improve customer service by providing transparency and visibility into the supply chain. By providing customers with real-time updates on the location and status of their shipments, businesses can build trust and improve the overall customer experience.

Tracking PIL containers is important for a variety of reasons beyond just supply chain management and logistics. It can help businesses to optimize container usage, monitor and improve the condition of containers, understand and optimize operations, and improve customer service. By tracking their containers, businesses can gain valuable insights and make informed decisions that can help to improve efficiency, reduce waste, and enhance the customer experience.

About PIL

Pacific International Lines (PIL) is one of Asia’s leading container shipping companies. Founded in 1967, it is the largest carrier in Southeast Asia and ranked 12th amongst the world’s top container shipping lines.

A global player focusing on China, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and Oceania, PIL has a fleet of circa 100 container and multi-purpose vessels serving customers in over 90 countries worldwide.

PIL’s goal is to expand its shipping line further while placing sustainability and digitization at the heart of its strategy. 

Start Tracking Today

Sign up to track your PIL containers now.