Port Authority of Cotonou wins IAPH Gold IT Award for its Port Community System

  • May 9th 2013

    Port Authority of Cotonou wins IAPH Gold IT Award during the 28th World Ports Conference of the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH), which took place in Los Angeles this week. This prize is in recognition of the successful implementation and operation of the Port Community System in Cotonou by SOGET and Bureau Veritas team, supported by the port community and the Government in Benin.

    For more information Read the press release

SOGET 30th anniversary

  • March 25th 2013

    SOGET celebrates its 30th anniversary. Created in 1983 to manage electronic data interchanges between freight forwarders and container terminals at Port of Le Havre, France, SOGET has grown significantly pursuing an ever ambitious goal: Innovatively facilitating fluidity in trade for an ever increasing number of stakeholders.

RORO MAX project awarded during the "Supply Chain Kings" ceremony 2013

  • January 17, 2013

    RORO MAX project has been elected one of the Supply Chain Kings 2013 at the ceremony organized by French Supply Chain Magazine. This prize rewards the work of Le Havre RO-RO stakeholders, Port of le Havre Authority, CRITT, SOGET, Customs Authorities and involved laboratories.

SOGET welcomes IPER-IMO Seminar participants

  • November 27, 2012

    SOGET welcomes today the 29 Executive women participating to the 4th edition of IPER-IMO seminar. Hold in Le Havre this seminar is dedicated to international Port Executive women.

    organised by Le Havre Port Institute for Training and Research (IPER)and International Maritime Organisation (IMO)in partnership with Le Havre Port Authority, the seminar aims to promote the role of women in Port and Maritime Sectors

    During these 15 days in Le Havre, several subjects are adressed as environnement, pricing, international logistics or Terminal operations... as well as technical visits.

PCS vital role spotted out at the EC e-Maritime conference

  • November 27th 2012

    Following the European Commission e-Maritime conference held from 22d to 23rd November in Brussels, EPCSA published a press release on the conclusions of the conference on the major role of Port Community Systems in EU Single Window policy. This conference aimed to set the background to the ‘e-Maritime story’.

    On this occasion, Pascal Ollivier, chairman of the European Port Community Systems Association, addressed the new challenges of e-business in European ports and for the transport sector as a whole. Another major statement came from ESPO representative Txaber Goiri urging national authorities to maintain and integrate existing Port Community Systems as entry points within the national Single Windows.

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