RightShip announced a new tie-up for its recently launched Maritime Emissions Portal (MEP) with port data-sharing platform NxtPort International (NxtPort Int’l), a marketplace for port communities, that originated in the Port of Antwerp, and deploys to 3000+ public and private entities.
xtPort Int’l’s platform makes it possible for ports, terminals, ship owners and managers to securely access and combine data sources across multiple supply chains – encouraging data-sharing and connections between like-minded organisations.
From predicting the weather for a voyage, to avoiding ‘traffic jams’ when coming into a port, NxtPort Int’l offers one-stop-shop access to a range of digital tools.
Gurpreet Singh, CCO for RightShip, said: “Nxtport Int’l brings wonderful experience and understanding of the port business, curating products with high impact potential for ports and terminals.”
Alexander Dorhout Mees, CCO for NxtPort Int’l, said:
We want software vendors offering advanced digital solutions to see this product too – and want to get involved! At NxtPort Int’l we aim to create more transparency across the shipping process, increasing operational efficiency, safety and revenue, as well as protecting the environment and human health.