Artificial Intelligence for Ports
Channel5 helps make supply chains smarter, more sustainable, robust and resilient by applying the most processing to the data at the earliest stage.
Channel5 provides added value for the management of all aspects of the port, whether they are vessel, cargo, equipment, documents or infrastructure. Channel5 places data intelligence at the heart of port operations by integrating enriched information into their decision-making process, contributing to a competitive digital transformation aligned with the challenges of the smart port.
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A multiple-services solution
For all ports dealing with
containers, conventional and ro-ro..
Users: port authorities, terminal operators, carriers, forwarders, shipping agents, information system managers, and indirectly the city and road users.
Strengthening EDI connections
"The relationship between Geodis and MGI goes back a long way. We have been able to establish a close collaboration not only on national territory but on all the sites where MGI is present. Our collaboration has highlighted the value of digitalisation and has strengthened the EDI connections with many of our customers."
Competence, availability and reactivity are the main qualities of this dynamic team
"I appealed to our partner MGI when setting up an EDI interface between the CI5 portal and our TMS tool dedicated to forwarding. At all stages of this project, from the initial study through to quotation, implementation, development, improvements and amendments, I received great support from the MGI teams, both in terms of the business relationship and technical support. Competence, availability and reactivity are the main qualities of this dynamic team that come to mind. My most demanding requests were heard and analysed, and alternative solutions were proposed if technical constraints were too great. We will undoubtedly have other projects in the future, given the preponderance of inter-system exchanges in today's world and their undeniable contribution to productivity in our industry. And I am confident that I can once again rely on this indispensable partner with peace of mind."
DSV Air & Sea
Greater flexibility in hazardous declarations
"For more than 35 years in Marseille, MGI has been a key player in the transport of goods. As a freight forwarder and with an average of 9,000 TEU per year leaving our Port St Louis du Rhône site, it is impossible for us not to work with their CI5 software. In the transit for about fifteen years, I knew its predecessor AP+. Although already very powerful, the arrival of CI5 made it possible to move up a gear in the declaration of our containers. It is much more fun and easy to use because it is very intuitive. It also offers us greater flexibility in terms of dangerous declarations, for example. To sum up, CI5 has made our daily lives easier since its arrival."
LTM - Somaudex Logistics
LOGISTICS INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM
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services offered by MGI?
Thanks to the team of functional and technical experts, MGI has developed a wide range of offers in the fields of Port Community Systems, customs and authorities, data intelligence and process automation. More details below.
MGI Connect EDI
Allows easy interfacing of our solutions with professional systems and solutions.
Allows you to manage and track your stuffed or unstuffed goods.
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