Circle Group announces together with the international shipping and logistics company DFDS the success of the first pilot test of International Fast & Secure Trade Lane between the Ports of Trieste and Pendik, Turkey.
Realized within European project FENIX, this pilot test also involved Samer&Co.shipping and saw the use of IoT (Internet of Things) technologies and eSeals with RFID electronic components with a numbered sequence which allows immediate identification of each container.
The next stage of the project previews a further activity exploiting advanced digitalization customs tools with the direct involvement of Italian and Turkish Customs and Monopolies Agencies.
“After the ones related to other International Fast & Secure Trade Lanes between the Ports of Genoa and Casablanca in Morocco and between the Ports of Genoa and Alexandria in Egypt, we are pleased to have successfully completed also this important pilot test – said Luca Abatello, President & CEO at CIRCLE – As pointed out on other occasions, the main innovation introduced regards the anticipated transmission of documents to the port of destination before the ship has left. CIRCLE Group provides evolved federative services which are interoperable with IT systems of DFDS and other port and logistic players involved in the corridor”.
The activity for Circle Group was carried out by its subsidary Info.era, within its FENIX budget.