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Gdansk navigates digitalisation

Navigate, the application developed by the Port of Rotterdam Authority that enables importers and exporters to select the best transport options for containers they want to ship, is now operational at the port of Gdansk, Poland.

Lukasz Greinke, president of the board of the Port of Gdansk Authority and Allard Castelein, ceo Port of Rotterdam Authority at transport logistic Munich.

The platform is already in use at Sohar Port and Freezone, as HLPFI reported here

The system offers users a choice of routes between the point of departure and final destination and includes analysis tools, as well as a business directory and information regarding the carbon footprint of any container transport.

Lukasz Greinke, president of the board of the Port of Gdansk Authority, said: “The future of the maritime industry is not only in state-of-the-art infrastructure but also in digitalisation that goes alongside it. 

“Navigate is one of these sophisticated smart solutions that will set the standard for the years to come. The genius of this application lies in its simplicity. It will allow our clients to connect, compare and explore the entire supply chain faster than ever – and that is exactly what we want to provide.”

www.portgdansk.pl 

www.portofrotterdam.com 

www.soharportandfreezone.com

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