US government unveils ‘humble’ new website for freight tracking

A US government agency is unveiling a new online marketplace for freight buyers, which could help the US government improve its record of tracking shipments and reduce the costs of goods moving overseas.

The new platform, called Humble, allows buyers to buy and sell products online from its database of more than 2 million products, which has already seen significant growth.

It also allows users to add a shipping company to their account, which can then help the buyer track their shipment with the help of a tracking number, as well as track how much the product is worth, the US State Department said in a statement.

The site is currently being tested on an unnamed US government contract.

The platform, which is already available on the Federal Trade Commission website, allows customers to buy or sell goods from the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) online marketplace, which lists more than 4.5 million products.

It currently allows buyers and sellers to choose from a list of companies with shipping capacity and a listing of all the products in their warehouses.

There is no indication when the new site will launch, and the department is waiting to hear back from buyers and vendors before making any announcements.

The marketplace also has the potential to help the department reduce its shipping costs by lowering the amount of paperwork needed for tracking shipments, as the agency works to streamline its supply chain, the department said.

Humble is one of a number of federal platforms that could eventually help improve tracking efficiency.

For instance, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Maritime Tracking Information System (MTSI) is being overhauled as a result of the 2016 hurricanes, which impacted more than 50% of US shipping in the first five months of the year, according to the NOAA’s website.

The agency has also said that it will soon begin using data from the Maritime Logistics Information System, which tracks the number of cargo shipments by ship and is currently used by airlines, as part of its fleet management process.

The MTSI is currently only used to track cargo that ships through international airports, but NOAA said in its announcement that it would soon begin use of the data to track international shipments.

NOAA has said it will be able to provide better tracking information, such as the number and location of packages, through its own website.