Follow your goods in real-time.
A digital tool that makes it easy to follow your freight in real time. By improving visibility, Port Optimizer™ Track & Trace enhances freight flow efficiency for all the parties involved at the different stages, including freight owners, rail operators, and terminal operators.
What does the app offer?
Track & Trace supports the entire transport chain using a system where you can monitor the location and status of your freight, from departure to arrival. Data from a range of sources is collated in the app, providing a unique end-to-end overview of the delivery process. You can establish a series of interim ETAs as your freight is being transported and receive notification in real time as it passes various milestones along the way. You can see, for example, that the vessel has berthed, or the train has passed a particular station. You simply choose what you want to see, and notifications are adapted to your requirements.
What information is available in Track & Trace?
- The vessel carrying the freight
- When it was unloaded at the quayside
- When the freight leaves/arrives at the port terminal by rail
- Its location at any given time throughout the journey
- ETA at an inland terminal
- ETA at a port terminal
- Notification of deviations
The application compiles data from a range of sources.
- Port terminal
- Rail freight forwarder
- Rail operators via the Swedish Transport Administration
- Inland terminal
Better visibility, better decisions.
A smart port is an efficient, sustainable port that is always in demand. This is why the largest port in Scandinavia is seeking to enhance customer benefit through digitalised freight tracking. The Port Optimizer™ Track & Trace app is being launched to make it easier for freight owners and rail and terminal operators to track their freight in real time from quayside to inland destination.
Port Optimizer Track & Trace easily filters information about the freight moving through the port. It see which vessel carried the freight, when it was loaded, and when it left the terminal for the onward journey by rail. The system is linked to scanning sensors along the rail tracks, using data collected from the Swedish Transport Administration and various rail companies and organisations.