Digitalization, automation and terminal evolution are just some of the topics that Port Technology has covered in interviews with a range of experts over the year.
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The CEO of Siemens' Crane division, Dr. Christian Koegl, explained how the company is injecting new innovation into the port sector's crane equipment through digitalization.
Conductix-Wampfler’s Global Market Manager Claus Burger has explained how conductor rails and cable reel operations are affected by factors such as automation and electrification
Vahle's CEO Achim Dries has explained how manual terminals evolve through remote operations to eventually become fully automated.
The issues caused by a lack of data sharing, digitization, and collaboration between ports and terminals have been discussed at TOC Europe 2017 with Navis' Guenter Schmidmeir, General Manager & Vice President EMEA.
Blockchain Labs for Open Collaboration (BLOC) Co-Founder and CEO Deanna MacDonald and Marine Transport International (MTI) CEO Jody Cleworth have explained how blockchain can work to change data processes and structures within shipping to make the industry more accessible.
Konecranes’ Executive Vice President, Mika Mahlberg, has told Port Technology that automation will eventually come to every terminal due to its affordability and suppliers’ readiness to develop it.
Kuenz’s CEO David Moosbrugger has explained to Port Technology why crane product development and automation are such important factors in the future of ports and terminals.
Simulated gaming has been discussed in a two-part interview between Port Technology International (PTI) and Dr Yvo A. Saanen, Commercial Director and Founder of TBA Netherlands — a leading international provider of consultancy and software
Dr Eva Savelsberg, Senior Vice President of INFORM’s Logistics Division, has discussed the importance of looking beyond quayside processes to find optimization improvements as opposed to focusing on the rail yard.
Peter Sebastian Pütz, Head of Crane Business, Business Development, Tsubaki Kabelschlepp GmbH, has explained why crane cable carriers are vital to the operations of ports and terminals.