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What is SEABERTH?
Scheduling and Simulation
SEABERTH uses sophisticated scheduling techniques and the 'human touch' to maximise port throughput, while minimising waiting time and demurrage costs. SEABERTH enables the planner to put the right ship on the right berth at the right time and to communicate the plan to others in the supply chain.
SEABERTH is designed for use at Oil & Gas Terminals, Commercial Ports, Naval Facilities, Container terminals including facilities shared between companies etc.
SEABERTH uses data defining port constraints and the infrastructure of the terminal combined with forecast vessel movements to create a robust berthing plan. SEABERTH can show the inventory consequences of a proposed schedule. SEABERTH can also be used to plan related movements such as pipeline transfers, rail-heads and transfers to tank farms, where resources such as lines or cranes are shared with berth activities.
- Improved Throughput
- Reduced Demurrage
- Better Communication
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