for port consulting
dbh Logistics IT AG
dbh Logistics IT AG (dbh) is one of the leading logistics IT companies in Germany. Over 40 year ago dbh implemented the first port community system (PCS) in the Port of Bremen. With over 160 employees they offer their customers the complete service for implementing IT projects in industry and trade, transport and logistics as well as shipping and ports.
Founded in 1999, IDENTEC SOLUTIONS immediately set the industry standard in the RFID industry with the introduction of its Intelligent Long Range® (ILR®) technology, a breakthrough in the world of low-power, long-range wireless communication.
Brain2 is an experienced IT company, founded in 1998, offering software solutions and services with branches in Belgium and India.
CAMCO Technologies is a leader in providing innovative technology solutions for the global automation of gate procedures in marine and railway terminals worldwide.
ISL - Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics
The ISL - Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics - was founded in Bremen, Germany in 1954. Since then, it has combined tradition with modern science and positioned itself as one of Europe's leading institutes in the area of maritime logistics research, consulting, and knowledge transfer.
Initiative „Bremen Maritime Solutions“
The "Bremen Maritime Solutions" (BMS) is an initiative of companies all dedicated to drive the port and terminal development with experience, innovation and clever solutions. As AKQUINET we have founded this initiative together with the dbh Logistics IT AG and are collaborating to improve the maritime industry in digitization, processes and Solutions.
Our vision is to combine experience in port business with solutions to make port and terminal processes fit for the new age of digitization. We want to drive progress, processes and digitization at ports and terminals at all points of the organisational lifecycle. Our asset are the experience, our good solutions and the expertise from years working in the industry. We want to bring the next step of development into the very traditional maritime business with ports and terminals.