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Port of Koper selects Camco to automate its operations

Port of Koper has chosen the Belgium-based automation company Camco Technologies for the automated registration of its increasing container and rail wagon traffic. Camco will be responsible for the design, installation and support of its rail optical character recognition (OCR) portal technology.

The Slovenian port's investment plan expects to reach a capacity of more than 2 million TEU by 2030 and will pursue its goal of transporting at least 60% and up to 70% of the cargo from and to the Port of Koper by rail, according to a company statement.

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