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Rotterdam launches PortXchange to provide digital shipping app

THE Port of Rotterdam Authority this month launched its PortXchange, a platform to create new partnerships with ports, shipping companies and terminals, geared towards implementing digital solutions

Rotterdam launches PortXchange to provide digital shipping app

THE Port of Rotterdam Authority this month launched its PortXchange, a platform to create new partnerships with ports, shipping companies and terminals, geared towards implementing digital solutions

18 August 2019 - 19:00

THE Port of Rotterdam Authority this month launched its PortXchange, a platform to create new partnerships with ports, shipping companies and terminals, geared towards implementing digital solutions.

This entity is set up to offer the Pronto platform and application to ports around the world over the next few years. The establishment of a separate company will enable partnerships with a variety of global players, said the port authority.



Together with strategic partners Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Limited ('Shell') and AP Moller - Maersk, PortXchange will initially offer Pronto to several ports outside the Netherlands.



'Trust between parties for the free exchange of data is vital to the successful introduction of Pronto in other ports. The establishment of a separate company enables the solution's neutrality and independence, and improves cooperation between all parties,' said the company statement.



PortXchange aims to improve the efficiency of port calls and help clients reduce their emissions - both in the port as well as between ports.


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