SYNCHRONET MARINE LAUNCHES MARINE TERMINAL SOFTWARE
SynchroNet Marine Inc., a provider of container management solutions, has completed beta testing and will soon launch its SynchroNet software aimed at reducing road and gate congestion at marine terminals.
The software links users to a secure, proprietary segment of an application service platform from which inbound containers may be posted as empty street-turn opportunities and matched in real time with off-dock equipment needs to cover export bookings, according to Reidar Brekke, president and chief operating officer of SynchroNet Marine Inc.
The SynchroMet software received support in its beta period from the Port of Oakland “as part of our commitment to assist in the development of innovative tools to improve efficiencies for the port community,” said Tay Yoshitani, executive director of the Port of Oakland.
The provider also markets SynchroSlot, which allows customers to reposition empty equipment, and SynchroBox, a platform for managing containers intended for short-sea operators and carriers in major Asian and European trade lanes.
A private company, SynchroNet Marine Inc. is based in San Ramon, Calif.