Asian Bulk Logistics deploys Spinergie reporting platform

Asian Bulk Logistics (ABL), a provider of integrated logistics services for bulk commodities, reports that it has deployed Smart Fleet Management from maritime data analytics firm Spinergie to optimise its global transshipment operations.

The centralised digital system will be used to streamline onboard reporting procedures for bulk cargo transfers, improve activity tracking across ABL’s fleet and enable monitoring of remote offshore project areas.

ABL can automate outgoing reports generated from digital Daily Reports (DRs) completed by captains in the application, including the Statement of Facts report. Teams will also be able to compute all relevant timings and rates for a loading cycle within the software.

A designated cycles module computes operational KPIs to assess the efficiency of loading rates and compare those cycles, with all analysis integrated into the centralised reporting source.

The roll-out also included installation of AIS (Automatic Identification System) antennas for ABL to better track activities and remotely monitor the fleet, using the real-time positioning data to automatically populate reports. These reports are further improved by the addition of contextual data such as weather conditions and operational modes.

“The platform acts as a single source of truth for all our operational data, providing us with insights into vessel performance,” said Arief Setiawan, Chief Technology Officer, ABL.

“Integration with our private AIS antenna further enhances this by enabling us to track our fleet’s movements in real-time. Additionally, Spinergie supports our commitment to environmental sustainability by generating customised reports for key ESG metrics, streamlining the reporting process and empowering us to make data-driven decisions for a greener future.”

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