The Port of Rotterdam is adding the Track and Trace service Boxinsider, launched in October 2019, to Portbase. The transition will begin immediately.
With this move, the Port of Rotterdam is taking the next step towards an integrated logistics network. At Portbase, the Track and Trace service will become part of the improved import services for cargo under the name Cargo Tracker.
Portbase manages the digital infrastructure of the Dutch ports. It provides various types of services to all the parties involved in the port and the onward logistics chain. The Port of Rotterdam and Portbase currently have separate data, knowledge and services that Track and Trace supports. Combining the Track and Trace activities of both organisations will create a more complete service and a clear proposition towards the market.
Cargo Tracker will be available as a pilot in the spring of 2020. Apart from visual changes to the screen, customers who were already connected to Boxinsider brands will not notice any impact from the transition. Customers who register will be able to use the service free of charge in the pilot phase. The official launch will take place before the summer. The new service enables the parties involved to keep track of the cargo they handle or are the recipients of. Cargo Tracker is therefore particularly suitable for parties who outsource their logistics and reporting obligations but still want to keep an eye on the cargo flow in order to adjust their own processes and planning accordingly.
The Port of Rotterdam and Portbase will continue to work together to develop and market these and future services. Their common goal is for customers to experience the port as a seamless part of their logistics chain.
Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/ports-terminals/07042020/port-authority-adds-boxinsider-to-portbase/
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