News - 16/11/2021
Estudio Cactus exports its logistic management software for port facilities to the United States. Specifically, the young company from Castellón has come to an agreement with Maersk, for whom they have already developed an application that was launched for their terminal at Castellón's port (APMT Castellón), to implement the last version of their software in one of the most important port facilities in New York.
It is APM Terminals' Port Elizabeth, where over 10.000 users are benefitting from the technology. The application allows users to be georeferenced for a better control of the facility, accompanied by three dimensional mapping of the terminal for a better understanding of the daily activity and the possible risks that derive from it.
They had already brought their software to Gothenburg, one of the biggest Maersk terminals in the world. Currently, several APMT terminals are seeing decreased times on the safety protocols previous to entrance to the port area. Additionally, the app keeps track of all the visits and their data in real time.
APM Terminals' general director, Jon Poelma, notes that "more than 10.000 people who live and work together in the terminal go back home safely thanks the application". Giovanni Antonuccio, the clients experience director remarks that this tool "not only helps carriers but also offers them the possibility to see the terminal virtually".