Greater efficiency and productivity are the current challenges faced by port authorities responsible for port management. First and foremost, they are affected by the restrictions of the expenditure policy, they are limited when making investments and forced to improve their performance substantially, that is to say “doing more with less”.
These circumstances not only affect the ports but also, directly, all the functional partners involved in the port activity, for example the shortage companies.
The integral management of a port means controlling all the key indicators of an environment that integrates multiple areas and activities: commercialization, operations management, loading, unloading, storage and transport processes, works and infrastructure management, financial and debt control, customs and port police.
Edisa Business Intelligence, with proven experience in comprehensive solutions for the port sector and references such as Port of Gijón, A Coruña or Balearic Islands, provide in-depth knowledge of the port situation, allow anticipation of needs, as well as detect points of improvement to take appropriate corrective action.