“Inland vessels passage is smooth thanks to the MCXess telephone solution.”
As MCXess can supply all numbers directly online and has good standard packages available online, it will be it will be the right party for special situations.
The planning tool, for shipping industry (GTi tool), is now also suitable for inland navigation from the beginning of this year. An essential part of these planning tools is that inland vessels will now be able to register up to 24 hours in advance through BICS (an electronic reporting system for inland navigation), via the Sluisplanning website and now, thanks to MCXess, also by phone. Explicit for using the voting computer, variable votes are available in 4 languages.
MCXess provides efficient online communication solutions and access services that can be evaluated quickly within Rijkswaterstaat. Kees Storm: "That made us feel that MCXess is the right partner, also in the context of our timeline and budget. After the first contact we also did not look any further. It helps enormously that there is substantial knowledge to help us move forward.Any adjustments will be processed quickly. That is very pleasant for Rijskwaterstaat as an organisation.
Kees Storm: "Rijkswaterstaat is very pleased with the solutions and their implementation. Currently, they see this new method as a low-threshold method. The principle, during the construction of the Nieuwe Sluis, is that passage of inland vessels is as smooth as possible and waiting times are reduced. The 'Telephone registration' is new for inland navigation and therefore support and assistance was particularly desirable in the beginning This has been solved very well from MCXess."
"A professional approach that gives confidence."
During the event 'Smart Shipping Challenge 2017 SMASH!' on the 30th of November 2017, this planning tool was presented to the target group.