What Can Traffic Data Do For Your Port?

Truck Loading-Time

Larger ships equate to larger loads, meaning that shipment unloading is larger and more time consuming as well. By monitoring and knowing travel times within the port, managers can track what areas need more attention and adjust man power to meet demand and optimize loads.

Truck Gate Wait-Time

Whenever a truck is waiting for inspection, loading, unloading, etc. they are racking up idle time and costing their company money. By optimizing terminal scheduling and monitoring travel times, wait-time can be reduced saving both time and money.

Truck Turn-Time

When a truck makes its way through a busy port, knowing the travel times for specific routes can help port managers optimize the trip. Utilizing travel time to streamline truck trips within a port and reduce turn-time is beneficial to both port and truck efficiency.

So How Does it Work?

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