Digital solutions for predictable and sustainable shipping

Optimize your operations for environmental and financial benefits with PortXchange

Trusted by industry leaders worldwide

Decarbonize shipping through digitalization today

The maritime industry needs to adapt to the changing world. Serving ships on a first-come-first-served basis causes an adverse carbon footprint and leads to planning disruptions. PortXchange empowers companies to make port calls more predictable, efficient, and sustainable through digitalization and collaborative data sharing.

Our products

Digital solutions for the entire maritime community.

PortXchange Shiptracker

Best fit for maritime service providers, freight forwarders, operators, cargo and vessel owners

Gain reliable ETA’s to plan your operations upon vessel arrival efficiently.

Free live satellite & terrestrial vessel tracking
ETA predictions up to 3 weeks in advance
Port call vessel list view

PortXchange Synchronizer

Best fit for shipping lines, carriers, agents, terminals, and port authorities

Optimize the entire port call process to streamline operations and reduce CO2 emissions.

Digital platform to visualize port call data in one place
Data sharing infrastructure
Warnings and notifications
Just in Time arrivals

Why PortXchange

Born from one of the most innovative and advanced ports in Europe – Port of Rotterdam.

Set to cater to different levels of digitalization and all types of trade.

Built on industry standards adopted by the International Taskforce Port Call Optimization

A proven solution chosen by >50 parties to optimize over 100.000 port calls

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Why our customers love PortXchange

Maersk
"Thanks to PortXchange, we can prevent unexpected developments from becoming a problem."
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"PortXchange allows us to reduce costs and achieve environmental advantages."
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“Our berth visit efficiency has increased significantly: from 91% to 95%.”

Supporting over 100.000 port calls worldwide

Start optimizing your operations today