London Container Terminal selects Portchain Quay to digitalize berth planning
Several key planning processes will be digitized to promote real-time information exchange, transparency and process efficiency across the terminal.
The Port of Tilbury’s London Container Terminal has signed an agreement to use Portchain Quay as their terminal wide berth planning tool for creating reliable berth plans supported by intelligent predictions.
The deployment of Portchain Quay is an important step in London Container Terminal’s digitization journey, where several key planning processes will be digitized to promote real-time information exchange, transparency and process efficiency across the terminal.
Ross McKissock, Director of Unitised, Forth Ports, said:
“As we continue our investment in the digitization of our busy container terminal, we have chosen Portchain Quay to assist our teams in providing reliable real time berth planning and optimization. Portchain Quay will improve the planning process for both the terminal and our customers, providing intelligent real time updates to our planners and more accurate berth predictions for our customers. The initial feedback has been incredibly positive and we look forward to working with Portchain Quay to develop the solution further.”
Thor Thorup, CCO & Co-Founder, Portchain, said:
“We are excited to collaborate with London Container Terminal to help them accelerate their digitization journey, while providing them with vessel ETA and port stay prediction tools to optimize their operations.”