Containers

Business Case

Track & Trace

To get an overview of what the status is of specific goods that are being transported is difficult nowadays. Information is scattered around the supply chain, which makes it hard to gather, let alone to implement it in your own systems. With this business case, NxtPort provides an easy solution.
Business Case

Export Manifest (IE547)

Every time a ship is loaded and leaves the port, the law requires the different ship's agents to send in a report on what goods have left the port to customs. NxtPort will help them automate these messages.
Business Case

Secure container release

Together with T-Mining, NxtPort is improving security throughout the process of releasing a container by using blockchain technology. In the first phase of this project, a PIN code will be generated on an app. In the next phases, this project will evolve into a state where there no longer is a need for a PIN code.
Business Case

CCRM

In order for a container to be released from a terminal, 3 'green lights' are required. One of those green lights is the confirmation of customs that the container can be released. NxtPort will provide a way to consult this status or to have this status pushed to you.
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Next mode of transport

NxtPort will provide data about what cargo will be transported with different modi (train, truck and barge) and when. This will improve the way terminals organize their stacks and reduce inefficiencies between terminals and hinterland transporters.
Business Case

Arrival at exit (IE507)

Whenever goods leave a roro terminal or a container terminal, terminal operators need to notify customs of this event. NxtPort is working on a solution to facilitate this process.