"With the help of Estudio Cactus, we have adapted the App to make it an easy and agile tool to use, which will ensure that all users who access our facilities and who have passed the security induction are aware of the risks involved in a terminal from containers. Visitor HSSE is a tool that allows users to know the characteristics and risks of a Terminal, in addition to providing the user with information in real time through notifications."
- General Manager APM Terminals Port Elizabeth (USA)
"At Porcelanosa Partners we have been working hand in hand with Estudio Cactus for nearly 3 years. It is very gratifying to collaborate with brands and people who improve our proposals, always contributing great ideas. It should be noted that in all this time, with hundreds of users registered in the panel, thousands of notifications sent per day and intense day-to-day activity, we have never had a single incident."
HSSE Landside Services is software designed to strengthen the safety of the various depots and warehouses in the South West Europe region. Thanks to the safety training and incident reporting modules, Maersk's various stakeholders are involved in an innovative project aimed at achieving a safer cargo and supply chain.
Nine projects have been awarded a total of £1.2 million today by the Government through Connected Places Catapult’s first accelerator programme as part of the Freight Innovation Fund. “Working with innovators and industry partners through our accelerator programme allows us to develop a pipeline of technology and new ideas that promise to help tackle the freight sector’s emerging needs, ensuring that resilience, efficiency and carbon reduction are core to the sector’s future.”
Stowlog combines the digitalization of Health, Safety, Security and Environment procedures with geolocation and 3D visualization technology, getting safer and more efficient port-logistic facilities. Maersk, APM Terminals and Hapag-Lloyd will be the first companies in the port logistics sector to use the software, following a successful pilot test at Portsmouth International Port.