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    Port call optimisation

    Save time and CO2 emissions every port call. Whether you are a port, a shipping line or a service provider. PortXchange offers apps and supports in the process.

    Pronto offers a shared platform for information exchanges that relate to port calls.

    How does Pronto work?

    Pronto timeline

    A shared platform

    Pronto provides shipping companies, agents, terminals and other service providers with a shared platform that they can use to exchange information about their port calls. You can use the Pronto dashboard or you can use your own data directly by means of API links.

    Pronto AI

    Artificial intelligence

    Pronto combines public data, data retrieved directly from participating companies and forecasts from AI applications to generate highly accurate information. As soon as the ETA is known, the vessel is assigned its own timeline in Pronto where all events during the port call are shown.


    Real time updates

    The progress and status of the events is continuously updated on the dashboard. Users can monitor events and make adjustments where necessary. If they wish, users can receive notifications and warnings if there are status changes, delays or planning conflicts.

    What others say

    Over the last year Pronto supported 24/7 in more than 90.000 port calls in Rotterdam. More than 50% of the terminals in Rotterdam started using Pronto. All container terminals in Rotterdam use Pronto now and Pronto is used in other trades as well.

    Maersk Madrid
    “Thanks to Pronto, we can prevent unexpected developments from becoming a problem.” Maersk

    "Our berth visit efficiency has increased significantly: from 91% to 95%."

    MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company

    The benefits of Pronto

    CO2 reduction

    For shipping companies

    Shorter port call turnaround times, better predictability, lower bunker and charter costs, lower CO2 emissions during each port call.

    Reduce bunker delays

    For terminals and port authorities

    Increased predictability, increased cargo volume and reduced CO2 emissions. Better terminal occupancy and shorter waiting times.

    More efficient planning

    For service providers and agencies

    Easier planning and improved service thanks to better predictability.

    Our people make port calls easy for you

    Robbert Engels, product owner

    Robbert Engels

    In-house development: our own developers built the applications from scratch and cater for your individual technical and functional requirements.

    Sjoerd de Jager, business owner

    Sjoerd de Jager

    Global presence: Pronto was developed in Rotterdam and is now ready for roll out in other ports.

    Dita Bruijn, Project Manager

    Dita Bruijn

    Joint implementation: Together we roll out Pronto in your port. We focus on data, technical implementation and people to make sure you can reach the maximum potential of Pronto.

    About PortXchange

    PortXchange is powered by Port of Rotterdam. Our goal is to help customers reduce their global carbon footprint, enabling in port efficiency by developing & rolling out a platform for collaborative planning between all parties involved in a port call using the latest digital technology.

    Latest news

    Pronto visual

    Port of Rotterdam Authority launches new company PortXchange

    On August 8th 2019, the Port of Rotterdam Authority will launch its new company PortXchange Products BV (“PortXchange”). This entity is set up to offer the Pronto platform and application to ports around the world over the next few years.

    Infographic: Efficiency pilot

    Significant process improvement at ECT Delta Terminal Rotterdam

    A growing number of shipping companies, terminals and nautical service providers in the port of Rotterdam are sharing information in real time via the digital platform Pronto.

    Infographic: Bunker delay

    Pilot with Pronto: bunker delays for container ships significantly reduced

    The number of Maersk vessels experiencing delay at APM Terminals at Maasvlakte II as a consequence of bunker activities reduced significantly during a Pronto pilot.


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