November 18, 2020 — Over the past month, PortLink has secured a number of new contracts around the world…

October, 2020 — PortLink announced it was partnering with Wärtsilä to deliver Brazil’s first Smart Port Solution.  “The Port of Opportunities,” is an innovative, forward-looking organization that was looking for a solution provider who could meet existing and future needs.

The web-based solution being commissioned by the PortLink/Wärtsilä team will be a first of its kind deployed in Brazil and will digitize several areas of operations leading to enhanced operational efficiency, advanced Business Intelligence, and much more. The community portal will allow information to be exchanged with port stakeholders and set the foundation for the next phase which includes E-Navigation initiatives including a Port Community System.

October, 2020 — PortLink announced it has been awarded a contract with Pacific Pilotage Authority to supply the next generation web-based Pilot Dispatch, Accounting & Management System (PDAMS).

PortLink is indeed very proud to continue working in partnership with the PPA and deliver on their vision for the next-generation dispatch, management and accounting.

November, 2020 — PortLink is excited to announce they have been awarded the contract to supply VRCA with our state-of-the-art enterprise Port Management Information System (PMIS). VRCA manages the commercial navigation in the port waters of Geelong and Hastings and also oversees channel management for th

e Port of Portland. VRCA is responsible for the safe and efficient movement of shipping in port waters, providing direction and control of ships’ movement, maintaining shipping channels and navigation aids.

PortLink, in collaboration with Marico Marine, will deliver our advanced PMIS and innovative GIS map solution that will be customized to the specific requirements of VRCA.

November, 2020 — PortLink is excited to be working in partnership with Kordia to supply TasPorts with our innovative, web-based Vessel Traffic Management Information System (VTMIS). TasPorts is responsible for eleven (11) Tasmanian ports, and PortLink’s VTMIS will pro

vide real-time maritime domain awareness for each of the eleven (11) ports and surrounding coastline.

As an island state, Tasmania is reliant upon shipping, port infrastructure and port operations to sustain their communities and economy. Each year 99% of the State’s freight moves through TasPorts’ multi-port network. PortLink is privileged to be awarded such a prestigious project a   nd to be working with the great team at TasPorts to fine-tune our solution to meet existing and future operational needs.