Port Solutions: Advent Intermodal Solutions has a long history helping supply chain stakeholders solve their biggest challenges. Click on the case studies to learn more about some past projects
- PierPASS – Advent’s OffPeak program accommodates more than 23 million truck transactions annually, and greatly eases congestion and pollution at the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, California.
- Long Beach/Los Angeles ports – As part of Clean Truck Program, Advent’s Port Check program monitored truck movement in the ports, and applied charges based on condition of engines and emissions equipment.
- Sydney ports – Advent provided a performance management system for drayage companies and stevedores servicing the port complex.
- APM Terminals Los Angeles Pier 400 – Advent developed TermPoint, a customized truck appointment portal to better utilize equipment and improve gate operations
- West Coast Marine Terminal Operators Agreement – WCMTOA selected Advent’s eModal™ Drayage Truck Registry (DTR) as the single, common platform for US west coast to register motor carriers, trucks and RFID tags for terminal operators in the Ports of Oakland, Los Angeles, Long Beach and Seattle.
- Port of Seattle Drayage Truck Registry and RFID Tag Fulfillment – The Port of Seattle chose the eModal™ DTR module to drive fast compliance and implementation of the mandated North West Ports Clean Air Strategy of 2008.
- Consolidated Chassis Management – To become compliant with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration legislation for chassis, Consolidated Chassis Management required a solution for online driver vehicle inspection reporting (DVIR) and maintenance and repair (M&R).
- Chassis Gate Control – This Advent service allows facility operators to sign up, download, and configure gate control chassis validation services by creating a free account on the Chassis.com website.
- “K” Line Global System – In 1999, “K” Line contracted Advent to develop from scratch a global operating system to replace their current back office system, which was not meeting the changing needs of “K” Line’s business.