Increasingly, participants in supply chains are digitising their operations and looking to new technologies for the future of continuous optimisation. With so many different components in motion within the supply chain, real-time data sharing is integral for ports to maintain big-picture vision while keeping an eye on day-to-day movements to identify where problems are occurring.
Lucy Lai, Director of Product Marketing, SMATS Traffic Solutions
Decarbonising our operations is a priority at APM Terminals and to succeed in that, we must overcome some of the main roadblocks for our industry, with fragmentation being one of the most challenging.
In decarbonisation, speed and scale are not just the name of the game (and that of a great book by John Doerr), they're imperatives in the battle to protect our planet.
Sahar Rashidbeigi, Head of Decarbonisation, APM Terminals
Identifying and weeding out waste in your supply chain is not only paramount for sustainability but also for bolstering your bottom line.
At its core, a sustainable supply chain is centred around achieving greater results with less resource usage. With that goal in mind, optimising your operations is a necessity.
Todd Simms, VP, Industry Strategy, Manufacturing, FourKites
In the rapidly-evolving ports industry, Hutchison Ports has emerged as a frontrunner in driving transformation through its relentless investment in research and development. The company’s commitment to automation and technological advancements is revolutionising container terminal operations, making it a preferred partner for technology and equipment suppliers worldwide.
Margherita Bruno, Editor, Port Technology International, in conversation with Herman Chiu, General Manager – Terminal Development, Hutchison Ports, and Edmund Wong, Operations Development Director, Hutchison Ports
As a terminal operator, whether that be in maritime or intermodal, when was the last time you stopped and asked yourself: “What empowers your operations?”. Many operators will likely answer this with ideas like good processes, teamwork, communication, coordination. All good answers, but these only scratch the surface.
Dr. Eva Savelsberg, Senior Vice President, INFORM, and Matthew Wittemeier, Director of Marketing and Sales, INFORM
On 7 February 2023, MSC Belgium introduced ID-based container pick-up, at MSC PSA European Terminal (MPET) in Antwerp. This is a critical step for the future of cargo shipping – not just because it makes the process more efficient. The technology protects not only the security of the overall container, but the cargo inside, as well as the security of all personnel interacting with the containers.
Jack Donnelly, Editor, Port Technology International, featuring interviews with Marco Neelsen, CEO, Joe Schofield, COO, and Nilesh Timbadia, Head of Information Technology Division, Port of Tanjung Pelepas