Ports

SERIKAT gives comprehensive coverage to the chain of activity of operation of port services, from request for call and associated supplies, through management of berths and freight, to invoicing and integration with the economic/financial ERP.


In conceptual terms, the solution is structured around three basic axes of port management: services to vessels; services to goods and management of the public domain. In each of these fields, a set of functions is implemented, consolidated in the form of modules, which provides support to the functional, technical and regulatory requirements that regulate the activity.


System for Management of Calls and Berths


Maritime Operations Management System


Land Operations Management System


Fishing Management System


Invoicing System


Licensing / Authorisation Management System


Systems of integration with ERPs


System for Graphic Representation of Port Situation


Use of information eBusiness


SERIKAT provides experience in applying the different port-related legislation that has built up over time.

SERIKAT provides comprehensive coverage for all transactions carried out in a Port Community System between the different port agents and the logistics companies.


The Port Community Management, establishes a “virtual” space offering the community of users a series of data transmission services to optimise transactions and information exchanges, contributing to an improvement in the competitiveness of the port as a whole.


This is a “tele-transaction” solution that optimises communications and facilitates interaction among the different agents involved in the port logistics activity chain.


Vessel arrival / departure


Management and Processing of Hazardous Material


Management of Border Inspection Post (BIP)


Freight Export/Import – Customs Information


System of traceability and cross-referencing of customs documents


Loading / unloading list management system


Arrival / departure of freight by land


Arrival / departure of freight by rail


Successful case studies

Port authority of Barcelona and Pasaia

The port authority’s goal was to have an integrated system for managing their activity, which would facilitate day-to-day operations and also allow information to be available for use in organisational and business decision making
In both cases, SERIKAT has provided its knowledge of the business and its technological capacities to provide the client with a product of high added value, suited to the specific needs of each case
Benefits:
  • Process management: The solution follows the process model of the Port services Operation which ensures effective coordination of activities, information availability and workflow continuity.
  • Functional Scope: It gives comprehensive coverage for the chain of activity of operation of port services, with scope extending from management of berths to invoicing and integration with the economic/financial ERP.
  • Technological adaptation: The solution is implemented on a web architecture supported on an Oracle technological base.
  • Functional adaptation: The solution offers magnificent functional adaptation, including cases of usage that are common practice in most ports.
  • Adaptation to regulation: Our staff’s long years of experience in the industry guarantee complete adaptation of our solution to current regulations and legislation on port rates and services.

Port authority of Bilbao and Pasaia

Main objective: To facilitate communications and processing between agents in the port community, thus achieving an improvement in competitiveness in operation of the port and aligning it with European trends on management of port business.
In both cases, SERIKAT has provided its knowledge of the business and its technological capacities to provide the client with a product of high added value, suited to the specific needs of each case
Benefits:
  • Process management: The solution follows the process model of the Port Logistics Activity Chain ensuring effective coordination of activities, availability of information and continuity of the workflow.
  • Simplification: Single interface with users.
  • Re-use: The information is sent to the system just once, and can subsequently be re-used, updated or completed.
  • Uniformity: Based on standardisation of formats and the use of international standards (EDIFACT/XML).
  • Electronic automation: Paperless communication, meaning speed, reliability and availability of the information at all times.
  • Transparency: Traceability and control of transactions.
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