Rio de Janeiro Docks joins the new logistics technology at the Port of Rio de Janeiro to ensure efficient transport with companies

The new platform focused on logistics technology in cargo transport already has more than 3700 companies registered by Docas do Rio de Janeiro, ensuring more efficiency in the operations of the Port of Rio de Janeiro Photo: Rio de Janeiro Docks Company (CDRJ)




The new platform focused on logistics technology in cargo transport already has more than 3700 companies registered by Docas do Rio de Janeiro, ensuring more efficiency in the operations of the Port of Rio de Janeiro

Last Monday (05/02), Companhia Docas do Rio de Janeiro (CDRJ) continued the implementation of the new logistics technology in the Port of Rio de Janeiro, located in the capital of Rio de Janeiro. In addition, the platform already has more than 3700 companies registered to facilitate the cargo transport process and make operations even more agile, faster and productive for both parties.

Cargo transportation permit technology at the Port of Rio de Janeiro has made operations logistics even more practical for companies operating on site 

With new solutions and alternatives implemented throughout 2022, the access management system to the Port of Rio de Janeiro completes one year this week. Thus, the company Docas do Rio continues its efforts to bring even more technology to port logistics and make communication with companies more agile and efficient in all aspects of operations. 

In this way, the Port of Rio de Janeiro now has automation of the permit process and the flow of trucks and has been gaining in efficiency for all those involved in the logistics chain. One of the main problems presented by the companies to Docas do Rio was the difficulty in the flow of cargo transport on site due to the high volume of vehicles. Now, with new technology for automating site entry permit processes, companies have much more autonomy and control to make these operations more efficient and faster. 

Another problem that was solved with the new logistics technology is that any cargo vehicle could access the port, as long as it was registered and the driver was in possession of the permit, even without operational motivation. However, now companies need to make a prior appointment, which can be done remotely, and they need to prove an operational reason for entering the port. As a result, the cargo transport logistics chain has become much clearer and more efficient for Docas do Rio, which manages the Port of Rio de Janeiro. 

More than 3700 companies are already registered on the port platform, where they take advantage of the logistics technology in the complex

After more than a year of implementing new solutions within the cargo transport logistics technology in the Port of Rio de Janeiro, Docas do Rio managed to reach a new level in management. Now, a total of 3,769 companies are registered on the platform and the expectation is that this number will continue to grow throughout 2022. 

In addition, taking into account carriers, customs brokers, shipping agencies, port operators and service providers, the system accounts for more than 33,000 people and more than 37,000 vehicles registered. With this, the superintendent of the Port Guard, José Tadeu Diniz, highlights that “since June 2020, when the system tests were started, the guards of the accreditation sector have already registered in the system more than 219,000 analyzes of documents necessary for the issuance of of the permission. At the time of the in-person delivery of the paper documentation, the analysis response took up to 10 days. In this month of April, the average time to return to the applicant was 7 hours and 25 minutes”.

This new technology adopted by Docas do Rio has made the Port of Rio de Janeiro's logistics chain much more productive and the complex is now able to guarantee highly efficient operational control for the companies that collaborate with the complex.

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Ruth Rodrigues
Graduated in Biological Sciences from the State University of Rio Grande do Norte (UERN), she works as a writer and scientific disseminator.