International Trasport Journal in the last issue talks about Circle and specifically about the Fast and Digital Corridors theme.“The automation and digitalisation of processes is one of the keys to smooth interaction between Mediterranean shipping lines, ports and terminals. Circle offers measures to simplify supply chains between North Africa, the Middle East and Southeastern Europe”.
Circle, as member of the company network Log@Sea, takes part to the 12th Edition of Trans Middle East that took place in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) on 26th and 27th of October. Circle was there with a dedicated booth, n°29, and the CEO Luca Abatello had a speech titled Integration, interoperability and automation: Concrete opportunities of terminal optimization and building International Fast Trade Lanes (Session 5 - Key elements in technology automations – Leveraging port operations, 26th October, at 5 p.m.). It was the opportunity to examine in depth themes like EU Dir 2010/65 & European Union Customs Code, Experiences and ongoing projects, Concrete opportunities for the Middle East Market.
This morning, 5th of September, started the Single Window Conference & Exhibition (Marrakech, Morocco). Read here the program of the conference. A great relevance within the exhibition is done to the strategic importance that all the stakeholders have, especially the companies, for a complete integration among logistics and suply chain, element that represents an important competitive advantage. And Circle is at the exhibition with its own booth to examine in depth these themes!
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.
For more info about the main conference click here