XVELA, the world’s first maritime business network for ocean carriers and terminal operators, has announced that the Haina International Terminals (HIT) has implemented the Collaborative Berth Tool application.
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Cavotec, a provider of automation and electrification systems for ports, has agreed to supply its automated mooring solution MoorMaster to the Port of Turku
The Port of Rotterdam has signed letters of intent with four new companies for projects that will boost sustainability, improve efficiency and make the port smarter
A cooperation agreement to develop digital ships – signed by Daewoo Shipbuilding, Korea Maritime and Ocean University, NAPA and AVL – has been announced
Wärtsilä has unveiled its Navi-Planner voyage planning and optimization solution, developed by Transas to reduce the length of voyage planning
Wärtsilä, a smart technology provider for the maritime sector, has launched the world’s first commercially available auto-docking system
Navis has announced that it will cooperate with IoT and logistics specialist Loginno to offer its customers greater container visibility
The European Commission has revealed that it will offer funding to an autonomous shipping initiative for vessels travelling in European waters
Wilhelmsen, a provider of smart solutions, has revealed that its latest rope technology will increase the safety and efficiency of vessel mooring operations
The Port of Rotterdam has announced the departure of its “hyper-smart” Container 42, which has embarked on the first leg of a two-year data-collecting mission