Nicom Maritime, a division of Nicom IT Solutions of Halifax won a contract to install a seaport software system for the Port of Beaumont in Beaumont, Texas. The system, an integrated vessel scheduling, cargo tracking, and billing system, is similar to the one currently in final stages of testing at the Port of Halifax.
Nicom Maritime, a division of Nicom IT Solutions of Halifax won a contract this week to install a seaport software system for the Virginia International Terminals in Norfolk, Virginia. The system, once deployed, will measure container movement throughout the seaport and outward from it. It will also provide metrics designed to help the port minimize the amount of time that containers sit idle.
Nicom Maritime, a division of Nicom IT Solutions, is proud to be a supporter of the 99th Annual Convention of the American Association of Port Authorities. The four day Annual Convention taking place between September 19th and 23rd is the AAPA’s largest membership meeting of the year.
With global trade on the rebound, port authorities around the world are seeking out integrated technology-based solutions to improve and enhance operations which ensure the timely sharing of information, increase safety, and ultimately impact revenue streams.
Halifax-based Nicom IT Solutions is joining forces with the Maritime Exchange for the Delaware River and Bay to take a port logistics software system global.
Nicom IT Solutions of Halifax has barely completed rebuilding a ports logistics system for a client in Philadelphia, and already the client wants to take the relationship further. The Maritime Exchange for the Delaware River and Bay wants to make its software available to other seaports throughout the world, and has chosen Nicom to lead the process.
Nicom IT Solutions is using its knowledge of Information Technology in the seaport industry abroad to find new customers at home. After having spent most of the year developing logistics software for the Maritime Exchange for the Delaware River and Bay of Philadelphia, the Halifax-based IT shop won a contract to build new software to manage the Halifax Employers Association.
It was all smiles and handshakes at the Coast Guard Headquarters for the Delaware River and Bay as a Canadian ICT company and an American trade association signed a contract to work together to make seaports safer.
Nicom IT Solutions of Halifax has won a contract to rebuild the port logistics system for the Maritime Exchange for the Delaware River and Bay, a Philadelphia organization that promotes trade at the world’s largest freshwater port.
Nicom IT Solutions won a major contract to rebuild the port logistics system for the Maritime Exchange for the Delaware River and Bay, an organization based in Philadelphia. Capitalizing on successful projects of a similar nature for the Port of Halifax and the Port of Saint John, Nicom was able to beat out other contenders from all over North America.