For some years now, the maritime sector has been growing by leaps and bounds. Maritime transport has become the international transport channel, with great affluence on the main commercial routes.
From the container crisis to shipping delays worldwide, these are some of the determining factors that major ports have taken to expand and improve their infrastructure, physical and administrative.
Now, what is behind the management of a port? Undoubtedly, it goes beyond transporting shipments. Efficient development relies on good logistics and compliance with permits and safety regulations.
In addition, management is not only about the sea lanes. Also about non-maritime operations to ensure an effective supply chain and to be able to meet the stipulated delivery times.
This has undoubtedly become a major challenge for the port sector. Technological tools and specialized software have been developed to address these needs.
The reality is that traditional paper is now a thing of the past. From now on, worldwide management and administration are carried out automatically.
Thanks to this, GP Nauticals was born, a technological organization dedicated to the development of specialized software for the aeronautical and port sector.
The purpose is to manage in an automated way the port revenues and to attend to the maritime and land operations.
NAUTIC AIMS, part of SUITE AIMS
Its name speaks for itself, NAUTIC AIMS is software created to manage maritime and non-maritime operations. This, in turn, is part of the SUITE family of GP Nauticals.
Its main function is to centralize the port administration, providing sophisticated software with which you can manage the main functionalities of a seaport.
In this sense, collecting, managing, and processing data from cargo operations, maritime tourism, and shore operations, are part of the work of NAUTIC AIMS. Also, can be integrated with PAY AIMS, to manage billing and financial administration.
Another advantage of NAUTIC AIMS software is that thanks to data collection, it is possible to perform an analysis of the port’s performance.
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