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One of the main reasons why South East Asian ports have been rated highest in their berth productivity can be attributed to their approach towards digitalization and data sharing. In this session, you will hear the case of Busan which has multiple terminal operators all competing with each other and the case of Kobe which works on a national level to facilitate data sharing. You will also hear about the outlier Adani Ports which has emerged as a major regional player in South Asia thanks to its innovative approach to digitaization.
To improve port call efficiencies, eliminate wasted berth time and to reduce emissions by vessels on approach and alongside seemed a pipe dream only five years ago. Pioneering ports are now bringing together nautical and supply chain players in their communities to share data, vessel approach and berth planning as well as orchestrating finely-tuned task itineraries by vessel service providers and authorities from the moment a vessel moors until she departs. Witness practical examples of how this is put in practice, and the lessons learnt moving forward from some of the most advanced port call optimization solution providers.