The Port of Livorno’s operations and logistics service provider has implemented Circle’s Milos software in order to reduce transit times and improve goods visibility and tracking.
Compagnia Impresa Lavoratori Portuali (CILP) Livorno chose to implement logistics consultancy firm Circle’s MILOS platform following the software’s success at Lugo Terminal, the logistics platform located in the middle of Italy’s Romagna region.
The MILOS platform is capable of bringing together different stakeholders within the supply chain in order to simplify transport management and bring down transit times and costs.
Circle CEO Luca Abatello said: “MILOS was the answer to these needs because of its ‘framework’ and ‘connectors’ that enable platform interoperability and its ability to interface with other leading tools used in the supply chain, allowing digital management of the entire intermodal logistic chain.”
CILP will use the platform to aid the exchange of information between the port authority, the customs agency and shipping companies.