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Portchain Connect welcomes first Turkish box terminal to its network

Evyapport will become the first Turkish container terminal to use Portchain Connect to increase the quality and speed of its berth alignment with customers through digital handshakes and secure data sharing.

Portchain said it is excited to partner with Evyapport to simplify its communication channels and improve overall berth alignment.

Portchain Connect is expected to enable EVYAPPORT to receive real-time schedule and move count updates directly from carrier systems. This will help them to respond and counter propose quickly, to align the vessel schedule with the terminal berth plan.

“We hope that our newest collaboration with Portchain, which we deeply embrace, is inspiring for all Turkish ports,” stated H. Kayhan Alipaşaoğlu, Evyapport Container Terminal Manager.

Portchain Connect streamlines the flow of schedule data to shorten the time to align the berthing window. The platform allows terminals and carriers to share and receive quality data and reduce delays in information transmission. Portchain Connect provides users with an easy-to-use overview of all their vessel calls and ensures they can securely transfer berthing information, remove the costs associated with manual non-digitised communication and align on berthing windows to improve schedule reliability.

“We are excited to work with Evyapport and help them drive efficiencies in their berth alignment process by facilitating streamlined data exchange. We look forward to continuing our collaboration and continuously improving the platform based on user feedback,” said Thor Thorup, CCO & Co-Founder at Portchain.





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