OCT Poole, UK
The British Ports Association Conference is an annual conference for members of the British Ports Associations (BPA). The BPA is an organisation for UK port owners and operators, and companies and organisations associated with the UK ports industry. Hogia is proud to have been an Associate Member of the BPA since 2016.
This year, the conference will be held at the Haven Hotel, Poole Harbour. Discussions will include Brexit and the potential impact on trade, the economy, environmental issues, future planning, fisheries policy, and GDPR.
This year Hogia will be represented by: Kicki Bjurström, Managing Director of Hogia Terminal Systems AB; Christian Ohlson, Business Developer at Hogia Terminal Systems AB, and Hogia’s Senior Business Advisor in the UK, Gary Umpleby of Hogia Transport Systems Limited.
If you are attending the Conference then please do come by our stand for a chat on how technology can help in maximising the efficiency of a port terminal operation, and reduce the risk of queuing at ports post-Brexit. Meet us on Stand 13A in the Marconi Lounge.
For more information: www.britishports.org.uk/conference2017
Poole is situated in Dorset on the South coast of England. It is approximately 120 miles from London. Poole Harbour is one of the largest natural harbours in the world. At the core of the harbour is situated its thriving Port, which provides services to cross channel ferries, varied conventional cargo ships, cruise ships, as well as two marinas. For more information: www.phc.co.uk/
Hogia Transport Systems provides over 600 public and private sector partners, in 11 countries on six continents, with 25 years of experience in providing business critical standard software products for multimodal passenger and cargo transport. Our software solutions currently enable our partners to provide continuous services to tens of millions of individual end users and customer’s customers worldwide.
Hogia provides solutions that increase efficiency at ports and terminals. While based on standard products, each solution can have a flexible implementation, making it suitable for large ports as well as medium and small terminals. The terminal system manages the multi-modal transport of freight by sea, rail and road including the efficient handling of transfers between the different modes of transport, as well as transferring data in real time between different transport operators. Circa thirty port and rail terminals in Northern Europe and Canada use the system today, including the Port of Trelleborg, Marine Atlantic, Jernhusen and Bring. For more information www.hogia.com