HPC contracted for Port Community System (PCS) initiated by the Port Authority of Thailand
We have recently been awarded a project for the development of a port community system (PCS) initiated by the Port Authority of Thailand. Together with our project lead partner SCP, the leading provider of IT solutions in Thailand’s port industry, HPC notably contributes to the design, specification and procurement of the PCS.
Looking back at a most rewarding event
What a great opportunity and pleasure it was to meet so many of our clients and partners in Rotterdam last week! HPC was represented with a large team. Here’s what three of them say:
Our Director of Simulation, Dr Nils Kemme, spoke at TECH TOC seminar Data Driven Decisions and Digital Resilience. Nils is convinced that “a major trend at the TOC was the use of available data to make well founded decisions on planning and optimisation of terminal operations based on objective facts. Against this background, simulation is considered a cornerstone for any terminal planning and optimisation project, enabling terminals to make fully informed decisions on planned investments and operational changes.” .
Delays cost money
Did you know that up to 50 percent of the total costs of international and intercontinental transport chains arise in ports?
There is an enormous savings potential in port and terminal operations that you can uncover and pass on to your customers as a cost advantage. Stay competitive and optimize your processes while improving service quality for your customers. Those who wait less, thereby saving money, come back more often.
Join HPC’s comprehensive team of experts and hear about interesting topics at the TOC
Learn more about the sessions and topics Nils Kemme, Jennifer Sommer, Stefan Wiech and Alexis Pangalos will moderate and present.
Assessment of economic benefits of Paderborn/Lippstadt Airport
Paderborn/Lippstadt Airport is located in the state of Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. It serves the air transport demand of several surrounding cities (e.g. Bielefeld, Gütersloh, Paderborn and Soest) and counts 700,000 passengers as well as 42,000 aircraft movements per year. The airport is also home base of important aviation industry companies and suppliers, including aircraft maintenance companies, business aviation operators, and flying schools for commercial pilots. The airport is owned by public shareholders who assure its financing.
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