On 29th of June started the Rail Controlled Customs Corridor among La Spezia Container Terminal and Rubiera. In the mission, managed by Logtainer, Circle was the technological partner: the aim was the integration of the customs procedures with the logistics procedures, concerning the operations and the customs clearance. With the Rail Controlled Customs Corridor the goods will reach faster and with digitalized controlled procedures the inland destination, making the customs clearance according efficiency and effectiveness principles.
Circle, as partner of the Company Network Log@Sea, takes part to the Naples Shipping Week (Naples, 27th June – 2nd July), and specifically to the Main Conference (30th June – 1st July): Circle’s CEO Luca Abatello, in the First Session SMART PORT & LOGISTICS (Thursday 30th June, Session from 9:00 to 13:00), will have a speech titled “Automation and Internet Of Things as enabling technologies for the Logistics Corridors and Customs Procedures: concrete instrument fot the companies competitiveness“.
The event is focused on the debate among the professionals about the technological innovations, oriented to the development of the logistics and port systems; the Session to which Circle takes part has the aim to approach the theme of the evolution of the national scenario: projects and emerging technical approaches for the relaunch of the national ports and logistics system.
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Circle, as partner of the company network Log@Sea, took part to the 5th edition of Black Sea Ports & Shipping (26 e 27 May, Costanta, Romania, Booth N°25). Circle CEO , Luca Abatello, had a speech titled “Integration, interoperability and automation along the supply chain: Opportunities for international fast trade lanes coming from the new EU customs code and shipping market evolution” within Session 5 “Development strategies for freight transport market in the Black Sea: Road, rail and inland waterways”. The conference program was about the key themes for the global challenges for transport and logistic and was the opportunity for Circle to strenghten the international relationships.
“Circle, relied on its extensive expertise in the implementation of terminal automation and process digitalisation to develop the new module, specifically for ferry and terminals. It will now be deployed by Ravenna Port Authority. The solution has been integrated into a gate automation system and hardware and it allows information related to automobiles and trailers entering and leaving the terminal, as well as landing and boarding from ferries, to be digitalised”
This is how International Transport Journal talks about Circle and the new Module of Milos in action in Ravenna. A great success and a step forward in the implementation of the digitalisation of the information flows.
“Work Plan for the development of the Motorways of the Sea: Circle is the leader of a team of consultants to support the European Coordinator Brian Simpson”. Also Ship2Shore talks about the role of Circle in the project for the realization of the Detailed Implementation Plan for the MoS Coordinator Brian Simpson (document for the economic development at a European Level that the Coordinator will present in June to the European Parliament) and the organization of the MoS Fora about Environment; Integration of the maritime trasnport in the logistic chain; Maritime Security, traffic management and human resources for which the aim is to validate the priorities with the representatives of the Member States and a wide public of institutional and industrial stakeholders. It is another recognition for Circle that has a long experience in the Motorways of the Sea Projects, both with the previous European Coordinator and with the current: this experience allows to have a special point of view in facing and managing the themes treated and in supporting at the same time all the activities in the best way.