APM Terminals: Vessel Arrivals in Last 48 Hours

Terminal data is now available on the Live Incident Monitoring Dashboard, which provides updates about terminal and vessel information following the June 27 cyber attack. In addition to tracking the location of vessels, you may drill down into the port and terminal details to see the number of vessel arrivals and departures by day over the past two weeks based on AIS (live vessel monitoring) data. The dashboard is updated every four hours.

As of 12pm UTC, June 30, 2017, most APM Terminals have a steady flow of vessels. 9 APM Terminals have not had vessel arrivals in the last 48 hours. However, it may be the case that some terminals are less busy and it is normal to have no vessel arrivals in two days. On the other hand, the terminals in Castello de la Plana, Mobile, and St Petersburg should have more vessel arrivals when we compare the figures to their 14-day averages.

Monitor terminals and vessels potentially impacted by the cyber attack at https://visibility.cargosmart.com/vesseltrack/.

Cyber Attack: 73% of Vessels Running Normally

On June 27, a cyber attack hit The Maersk Group and impacted its operations around the world. Several APM Terminals were affected, including its terminals in Los Angeles, New York-New Jersey, and Rotterdam that closed for the day.

We are monitoring the situation and its impact on vessels heading to APM Terminals and on the schedules of vessels operated by Maersk. The dashboard shows vessel locations and each vessel’s ETA at its next scheduled port based on AIS (live vessel monitoring) data. We found that about 73% of Maersk’s vessels are running normally, over 5 knots per hour. Track the affected vessels’ live positions and latest schedules at https://visibility.cargosmart.com/en/vesseltrack/

Artificial Intelligence Promises Smarter Container Shipping

JOC recently published an article about how artificial intelligence and machine learning advancements are helping the ocean container shipping industry to plan further out and more accurately.

CargoSmart uses artificial intelligence in its solutions for customers. Our most recent innovation for shippers is Route Master, which uses machine learning technologies to construct possible transshipment routes and present optimized routing recommendations based on shippers’ preferences. JOC’s article describes how CargoSmart has also been using machine learning to predict shipment disruptions. Read More…

Ocean Alliance and Reliability Updates for Europe in Spring 2017

CargoSmart’s chief commercial officer delivers insight on the consistency of the new schedules, to see how carriers performed before and after the transition.

The three mega shipping alliances, 2M, OCEAN, and THE, started new services in April. A great migration of over 1,000 vessels has been occurring as vessels move from their previous routes to their new routes. The vessels have almost completed their migration. As of May 31, 2017, 94% of the vessels have been rolled out on the trans-Atlantic trade and 88% of the vessels have been rolled out on the Asia-Europe trade. Read More…

Inbound Logistics Selects CargoSmart as a 2017 Top 100 Logistics IT Provider

CargoSmart is pleased to announce that Inbound Logistics named CargoSmart to its 2017 Top 100 Logistics IT Providers list. This is the eleventh time Inbound Logistics has recognized CargoSmart on its prestigious list.

Every April, Inbound Logistics editors recognize 100 logistics IT companies that support and enable logistics excellence. Drawn from a pool of more than 300 companies, using questionnaires, personal interviews, and other research, Inbound Logistics selects the Top 100 Logistics IT Providers who are leading the way in 2017. Editors seek to match readers’ fast-changing needs to the capabilities of those companies selected.  All companies selected reflect leadership by answering Inbound Logistics readers’ needs for scalability, simplicity, fast ROI, and ease of implementation. Read More…