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
Safety is a key concern for terminal operators, and one of the key areas to address is applications in which heavy container handling equipment must operate in areas with mixed traffic or people. Equipment or cargo damage can lead to costly delays and disrupt operations.
Timo Alho, Director, Product Management, Horizontal Transportation, Kalmar
Dr. Eva Savelsberg, Senior Vice President, INFORM, Dr. Boris Michel, Head of Sales & Technical Sales INFORM DataLab, and Matthew Wittemeier, Senior Manager International Marketing and Customer Relations, INFORM’s Logistics Division