How it works
From the moment crew log that the gangway is rigged and checked, to the minute cargo operations are complete, every detail of the vessels’ port call is synced from the device on board to an online dashboard, giving shore-based teams complete visibility of every port call, for every vessel in a fleet.
The mobile device tracks the number of container moves remaining during loading and discharging to accurately predict if port operations are early, on time or delayed - regardless of where your vessels are in the world.
The mobile device is always up-to-date, transmitting real-time port activities to the desktop dashboard. The status of gantries, hatch covers, gearboxes and special cargo such as Dangerous Goods and Out-Of-Gauge cargoes are all displayed on the mobile device.
Real-time port activity
Shore-based teams can view real-time port activity as it happens using the dashboard, available on laptop, PC or tablet. Notifications of the estimated time of cargo completion enables just-in-time planning of all port services and planning to the next port, reducing administration time on board and ashore.
CargoMate is the only system in the world that neutrally records berth performance. The same TPFREP report in the same format and as a CSV file is automatically generated, so you can compare reported performance against observed performance.