XVELA provides a transformative, cloud-based collaboration platform and network for ocean carriers and terminal operators. Starting with Stowage Collaboration and quickly expanding to Berth Window Management and Port Call Optimization, XVELA is powering improved service quality across the ocean supply chain through connected intelligence.
XVELA's cloud-based platform allows terminal operators and ocean carriers to collaborate in real-time on vessel stowage activities to simplify and synchronize stowage planning and execution processes. Shared, comprehensive stowage planning information and collaboration tools facilitate clear carrier-terminal communication to optimize stowage efficiency, maximize terminal productivity and minimize port stays.
XVELA provides both ocean carriers and terminal operators with unique, actionable visibility across the entire vessel rotation. This new, earlier visibility is the foundation for driving untapped cost savings and efficiencies for XVELA users. With actionable information at their fingertips, stakeholders are now empowered to proactively address variances (such as stowage plan deviations, vessel delays, crane breakdown and other unexpected events) through contingency planning and executing corrective actions. Customizable notifications ensure users never miss an important event.
Using shared, trusted data in XVELA, both ocean carriers and terminal operators utilize one set of common performance metrics. This establishes an objective and verifiable foundation for productive, data-driven partner discussions and decision-making. XVELA ensures users share a "single source of truth" to eliminate data blind spots and reduce subjectivity in the analysis and decision-making process.
XVELA is currently building the next generation of berth window management tools. With collaboration around stowage as the core of the solution in a many-to-many network environment, XVELA is incorporating validated ETA to the port area, based on a ship’s current location and the most frequent route between ports, along with a realistic speed calculation to the next port, which will set the expectations of the needs of the carrier. Learn more in our white paper: The Certainty of Berth Uncertainty.