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Trelleborg’s latest innovation in automated mooring systems optimizes berth utilization and delivers superior efficiencies in port operations. Automated mooring expands the product transfer operational window throughout a greater range of berthing and environmental conditions, improves safety, lowers resource and space requirements, demands less time to moor vessels and can minimize infrastructure investment to increase berthing capacity.
Learn how experts are responding to docking and mooring challenges
The issue caused by bigger vessels is just one obstacle that the maritime industry must navigate to provide shipping lines with a safe and reliable service, but ports must also optimize vessel throughput and provide efficient transfer and discharge operations. It’s a difficult balancing act.
To learn how the industry is utilizing port automation and data insights to mitigate these challenges and power investment decisions, read Trelleborg’s new report, featuring more expert opinions.