Certified Pick up launches at Port of Antwerp-Bruges

Port of Antwerp-Bruges launches new data platform

The Port of Antwerp-Bruges has reported that 60 per cent of the containers collected daily at its deep-sea terminals are using the new data platform, Certified Pick up (CPu).

According to the port, the next stage will be to progressively migrate additional users to CPu over the following several weeks.

The platform should be completely operational by the end of January.

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Several parties are involved in the release and pickup of a container, including ship agents, ports, transportation firms (truck, rail, barge), and customs.

The Port of Antwerp-Bruges noted that the introduction of CPu represents a watershed event in the digitalisation of this logistical chain, a transformation that the whole port community has been striving towards.

The technology aims to contribute to a more secure, transparent, and efficient container process.

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This month, the port reported a 6.3 per cent reduction in container throughput in tonnes and 7.2 per cent in TEU in 2023 compared to 2022.

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