CargoMate simplifies the way crew log port call events and uses clever algorithms to predict when a vessel can leave port, helping to reduce fuel costs, save money and keep your vessels on schedule.
Using the planned time of arrival at the berth, crew can monitor the loading and discharging of containers in any port worldwide with shore-based teams being able to view real-time port activity as it happens. Notifications of the estimated time of cargo completion enables just-in-time planning of all port services and planning to the next port, reducing admin time onboard and ashore.
CargoMate acts as a digital logbook for every event during the port call, enabling crew to make decisions based on intelligent data to reduce idle time in port.
Shore-based teams can monitor progress in real-time and get accurate estimates advising key stakeholders if the vessel will depart port early, on time or if there’s a delay.
With 67% of container ships arriving a day late into port, billions of dollars of bunkers are wasted every year. These delays reduce the profitability of shipping companies worldwide and negatively impact our environment.
CargoMate offers a simple solution by giving shore-based teams the ability to view port activity in real-time and receive notifications of a potential early or delayed departure for any of their vessels. By using intelligent data, managers can optimise the vessels time in port and update key stakeholders minimising the impact of delays.
Track the number of moves remaining on your vessels during the loading and discharging process no matter where they are in the world.
Benchmark every port call so you can select a high performing terminal reducing the risk of a delay or look at the port call history for an individual vessel.
CargoMate is the only system in the world that neutrally records berth performance. We automatically generate the same TPFREP report in the same format and CSV file, so you can finally compare reported performance against observed performance.
Because we track every move on your ship, we can tailor notifications to alert your team to the things that matter to you. So if you only want to know when it’s Time to Go, we can do that, or if you want to know everything from Moves Remaining to Cancelled or Rolled Containers, we’ll do that too.
Every port call brings its own unique set of challenges - coordinating pilots and tugs, communicating with lineworkers, language barriers and adverse weather conditions all contribute to increasing the risk of delays during a port call.
CargoMate is more than just a digital logbook, it’s the world’s first intelligent bayplan giving you all the information you need from dangerous goods to reefers to rolled cargo. All in the palm of your hand.
We can’t control the weather but we can simplify your cargo admin and help you take control of every port call wherever you are in the world.
No more container lists and soggy paper bayplans. CargoMate is always up-to-date, showing the position and status of gantries, hatch-covers, gearboxes and special cargo such as Dangerous Goods and Out-Of-Gauge containers.
It's the last hour of your watch; there are five gantries working, lashing bins being loaded, reefers arriving aft and the Chief Officer wants to know when the vessel can depart.
CargoMate eliminates the guesswork and accurately predicts how many moves are left and whether the vessel is early, on time or delayed. All at the touch of a button.
A dangerous goods container is loaded next to a live reefer. Is that correct? Do the placards match up? Dangerous goods cargo presents a host of potentially serious problems, particularly if the relevant information isn’t shared correctly with crew. CargoMate displays each DG placard, UN numbers, Container types and cell location on a fully interactive digital bayplan.
We don’t believe that benefiting from port call optimisation should be difficult. We don’t believe that you need user guides and IT teams to install and use our software.
We believe in simplicity. We believe in intuitive systems that crew can install and use in minutes. We believe making one simple change that benefits everyone.
With real-time estimates and advanced notifications, we can give you the insight to get your ships sailing sooner, keeping them on schedule and reducing idle time in port.
The easiest way to reduce fuel consumption is to sail slower. By reducing idle time in port, you gain more time on voyage, reducing the speed required for the sea passage.
Scrubbers and low sulphur are not the only options when it comes to reducing emissions from your fleet. CO2 emissions can be reduced just by implementing real-time insight helping you make decisions based on intelligent data.