Port of Tanjung Pelepas implements Navis RTG optimisation

Publish date: Wed, 07 Sep 2022, 03:45 PM
KUALA LUMPUR: Navis, a leading global provider of port and terminal operating systems and carrier and vessel technology solutions, announced that the Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP) in Johor has implemented the Navis RTG Optimisation.
This is to improve the utilisation of PTP's rubber tire gantry crane fleet and reduce handling costs per twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU).
RTG Optimisation processes multiple dynamic business rules and complex operating constraints to automate execution decisions, increase crane productivity and improve operating efficiency.
PTP is a joint venture between MMC Corporation and APM Terminals (APMT), a leading global ports group.
"We are excited to partner with PTP and APMT to support their business goals. RTG Optimisation is an example of the innovation we are driving in our execution platform to unlock new value for our customers," said Navis chief executive officer (CEO) Kirk Knauff in a statement.
Meanwhile, PTP CEO Marco Neelsen said the transition of digitalisation and automation is speeding up in the entire maritime industry.
"To secure efficient, sustainable operations and business competitiveness, PTP has proactively invested in its assets and infrastructure aligned with the PTP environmental, social, and governance agenda and digital strategy roadmap.
"PTP is committed to continuing with the journey and further creating sustainable value for our customers, shareholders and other stakeholders," he said.
As one of the world's busiest container ports and Malaysia's largest container terminal with an annual capacity of 12.5 million TEUs, PTP operates state-of-the-art facilities that include 172 rubber tire gantry cranes to manage container stacking on-site.
As the premier global provider of terminal operating systems, Navis's deep domain knowledge, implementation agility and ease of partnership enabled the successful implementation and delivery of RTG Optimisation at PTP.
 - Bernama


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