Categories: Business, Forth Ports, Grangemouth, TilburyPublished On: 10.09.2019240 words1.3 min read

Forth Ports Limited has launched a new online, real-time, container tracking system for customers using the busy ports of London Container Terminal (Port of Tilbury) and Grangemouth in Scotland.

The bespoke container tracking system is available via the Forth Ports website –– and gives customers the ability to enquire in real-time about the status of their container within the ports of Tilbury and Grangemouth. The simple to use system has been successfully delivered by the company’s in-house IT team in conjunction with their long-term port system supplier TCS and has been designed to be accessible without the need for a login or password.

By simply using a container number or booking reference, customers can locate up to 50 containers with status options ranging from exit by vessel; exit by truck; in yard; andexit by rail. These real-time, 24-7, accurate updates are aimed at supporting and streamlining customer’s supply chain processes by reducing the need to contact the port to get the same information.

Commenting on the new system, Stuart Wallace, Chief Operating Officer at Forth Portssaid: “Our business is continually working hard to ensure that our customers receive an efficient service across our ports. Streamlining of logistics processes and improved access to information are important aspects for customers importing, exporting or distributing their goods and we have invested in this new container tracking system to support this. . . . . .

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