Ports need to be sharing technology and data for smoother operations

October 16, 2019 Sam Whelan

Port authorities need to “step up” and work together to improve data sharing for the benefit of the whole container supply chain, delegates at the TPM Asia conference in Shenzhen were told.
Following the launch of Rotterdam’s vessel call optimisation tool, Pronto, the port soon realised the technology’s impact would be limited if used in isolation.
“A year ago we thought we should use Pronto for our direct advantage and our competitors ...

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