A video released by NextLogic shows the intellgent planning tool BREIN which the Port of Rotterdam Authority has commissioned Quintiq to build on behalf of Next Logic in a bid to improve its inland container shipping.
The planning tool BREIN will allocate terminal and depot slots in the Port of Rotterdam in a neutral way, make an integrated plan and take account of up-to-date changes.
At the Port of Rotterdam, transhipment often takes place in small calls at several terminals, increasing the chances of congestion, resulting in cranes vessels not being deployed efficiently, and as a result, the whole supply chain can be affected by poor co-ordination.
NextLogic aims to focus on a port-wide approach for optimising the operational chain and thereby increase efficiency for the port’s inland container shipping.
See below for the video:
(Source: NextLogic / Rotterdam)