Robotics experts ABB have announced the signing of the first contract for the ABB Abilty Tewkomar XPERT, a digital solution designed to help cut fuels in the shipping industry, for a fleet of 55 vessels with Hamburg-based ship manager CPO Containerschiffreederei (CCPO).
Kongsberg Digital has been awarded by UIPA, the South Korean Information and Communication Technology Promotion Agency, a contract to supply a fully-featured bridge simulator for a new autonomous ship research facility in Ulsan, South Korea.
According to a statement the Terminales Portuarios Euroandinos (TPE) Paita has selected Navis N4 platform upgrade to enhance operations and automation at Paita Port.
The Port of Rotterdam Authority (PoR) has launched PortXchange, a new company designed to make its digital shipping app ‘Pronto’ available to ports around the world.
Octopi by Navis, experts in TOS technology, has announced it will host a webinar which will explore how small and medium terminals can improve their operations, cut costs and increase overall performance.
APM Terminals Barcelona (APMT Barcelona) has announced that it achieved what it describes as a “very high” 150 berth moves per hour (berth moves per hour) when it serviced a latest-generation vessel last week – its largest service operation on record.
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LASE, specialists in container handling solutions for the ports and terminals industry, has launched a base in Perth, Australia, as it looks to support its growing pool of customers in that country.
The Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP), Malaysia, has once again broken the record for vessel utilization record after the MSC Gulsun, the largest container ship in the world, left with 19,574 TEU on July 28, 2019.
According to a statement Navis, the terminal has selected its TOS platform to enhance operations and optimize data visibility within partners and customers.