Tag: Qronoport

Qronoport at the Chemistry & Energy Summit

We’ll be attending the very first “Port of Antwerp-Bruges Chemistry & Energy Summit” in Weiden am See (Austria) on the 19th of May. Looking forward to hearing from speakers like Elmar Ockenfels, Walter Holzhammer, Markus Horcher, Filip Masquillier, … on how companies in the (petro)chemical industry will deal with the supply chain challenges in this region.  Although the focus of Qronoport is…
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Qronoport at PGLC

We’re really happy to be part of the Petrochemicals Global Logistics Convention (PGLC) on 16/17 June in Barcelona. Our colleague Nicolas Maes will be joining a panel to talk about port call optimization. He’ll explain how port call stakeholders can use data sharing, digital collaboration, and port call insights to eliminate port call inefficiencies, lower fuel consumption and reduce…
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Making port calls more efficient

Tank Storage Magazine featured Qronoport in their latest edition. They talk about the issues that are causing delays in tanker port calls, the role of tank terminals in this process, and how data sharing and digital collaboration are important factors in tanker port call optimization. Feel free to read the article, and contact us if…
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Qronoport improves the efficiency of tanker port calls

Thank you to Tanker Operator and Karl Jeffery for featuring PORT+ and Qronoport in the latest issue of Tanker Operator magazine. The article explores the reasons why we created Qronoport and the huge potential benefits a port call optimization platform like Qronoport can have, taking data sharing and digital collaboration to the next level. You can read the article here. Follow…
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Welcome to Zuidnatie and ITC Rubis Antwerp

We’re happy and proud to welcome Zuidnatie and ITC Rubis Antwerp as users of Qronoport. Both terminals use the “Arrivals & Departures” feature of Qronoport to get insight into all vessels calling at their terminals, in one single overview. Qronoport will help both terminals optimize their planning, and it will greatly reduce the need to gather information…
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