Port Integration - Port of Antwerp - Kurt Van Passen

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  • 1. Port of Antwerp Port Integration Kurt Van Passen Antwerp Port Authority Harbour Master’s Office Cargoes and Environment Riga, October 2011
  • 2. APCS – Antwerp Port Community System
    • Port of Antwerp: (and any other seaport)
    • Node in complex and global logistics and supply chains
          • Key differentiators:
            • Transparency
            • Flexibility
            • Safety
            • Predictability
            • Lower logistics costs per unit
          • Challenge: efficient communication and (standardized) exchange of information
  • 3. APICS: complex nautical process
    • 2 Member states
    Netherlands Belgium
  • 4. APICS: complex nautical process
    • 2 Member states
    • 3 geographical areas
    Netherlands Belgium Right Bank Left Bank Tidal Port
  • 5. APICS: complex nautical process
    • 2 Member states
    • 3 geographical areas
    • 4 points of nautical entrance
    Netherlands Belgium Right Bank Left Bank Tidal Port CP ALB PIZ NLB
  • 6. APICS: complex nautical process
    • 2 Member states
    • 3 geographical areas
    • 4 points of nautical entrance
    • 7 locks
    Netherlands Belgium Right Bank Left Bank Tidal Port CP NLB ALB PIZ
  • 7. APICS: complex nautical proces
    • 2 Member states
    • 3 geographical areas
    • 4 points of nautical entrance
    • 7 locks
    • 19 bridges
    Netherlands Belgium Right Bank Left Bank Tidal Port ALB PIZ A B C D E F H G I J K L M N O P Q R S CP NLB
  • 8. APICS: complex nautical proces
    • 2 Member states
    • 3 geographical areas
    • 4 points of nautical entrance
    • 7 locks
    • 19 bridges
    • AND
    • > 800 users:
        • Port Authority services
        • Nautical chain partners
        • Governmental services
        • Port services
  • 9. A ntwerp P ort I nformation & C ontrol S ystem
    • APICS is that part of APCS that:
    • Manages the nautical procedures, such as:
          • (Pre-)announcement
          • Order processing
          • Berth reservation
          • Position monitoring
          • Planning
          • Reporting
    • Links all users that are involved in the nautical process:
          • Port Authority services
          • Nautical chain partners
          • Governmental services / public departments
          • Port services / port users
  • 10. A ntwerp P ort I nformation & C ontrol S ystem
    • APICS communicates with other IP applications (receipt of information and / or dispatch of information):
    APICS BTS VTS NOS BRUSSTAT CBS
    • Port Community
    • Carriers
    • Shipping agents
    • Ship owners
    • Terminal operators
    • Barge operators
    • Barge owners
    • Forwarders
    • Customs
    • Nautical chain
    • Partners’ IT
    • systems
    • LIS
    • GNB-SRK
    • IBIS
    • IVS90
    MRCC – SAFE SEABEL SAFE SEA NET
  • 11. Impression Vision and Role of BBP – SSN
      • BLUE BELT PROJECT
    • Short Sea Shipping is important for the Port of Antwerp.
    • All initiatives to facilitate and encourage Short Sea Shipping are important and supported by the Port.
      • SAFE SEA NET
        • Efficient information exchange in case of an incident is vital.
        • Ports are interested in the status of a vessel when it calls the port
    DG, Security, Waste,…
  • 12. Experience & Vision for the future Single Window
    • Single window as a principle is perfect .
    • APCS is the Single Window on a Port Level
    • Are allready sent to the HMO by means of EDI / Webservices
    • Vessel movement (1989)
    • Dangerous cargo handling (1993)
    • Waste notifications (2004)
    • Security Information
    MRCC – SAFE SEABEL SAFE SEA NET APCS / APICS subset
  • 13. Experience & Vision for the future Single Window
    • Conclusion: Ports also need the above information from an opertional/safety/security point of view
    • and they play a key roll in the exchange of this information with the other authorities
    • Use existing knowhow from the European Ports. (message structures and definitions)
    • Link existing systems to create the NSW’s