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SAAM Terminals partners with Next Port AI to boost digital solutions in ports

SAAM Terminals closed a global collaboration agreement with Next Port AI, the technology subsidiary of the global company Moffatt & Nichol, to implement their new platform that combine DigitalTwin and Artificial Intelligence technologies: a digital replica of the port´s physical assets, processes and systems that is created from real-time data collected from sensors and other IoT (Internet of Things) technologies, and used to analyze, predict and optimize the port´s performance.

A Positive Outcome for SAAM Terminals’ Third Port Meeting in Antofagasta

More than 90 union leaders from SAAM Terminals’ multipurpose ports in Chile (Iquique, Antofagasta, San Antonio and San Vicente) met at the Third Port Meeting on June 25 and 26. Hosted by Antofagasta Terminal Internacional (ATI), this meeting was an opportunity for reflection and dialogue on the industry’s future and the sector’s challenges.

SVTI welcomes new service to Asia

After several months of negotiations, San Vicente Terminal Internacional (SVTI) -operated by SSA Marine and SAAM Terminals- is ready to receive the first call of the AN1/INCA/AX1/NW1 weekly service.

SAAM Terminals trains leaders of BEST program

San Antonio Terminal Internacional was the meeting point chosen by SAAM Terminals to continue with the implementation of the BEST program, which will be applied at eight ports it operates in the Americas and also in its Logistics division.

TPG leads container movement in Ecuador for the sixth year

Terminal Portuario de Guayaquil (TPG) ) -operated by SAAM Terminals- leads the port sector with operational excellence and a commitment to sustainability. In the last six years, it has mobilized over three million containers, consolidating its position as a strategic partner for exporters and importers, with an annual average of 500,000 containers.

ITI achieves record throughput in 2023

• The terminal’s progress in the Bolivian market and an exceptional throughput operation of more than 11,000 pipes for Minera Collahuasi’s C20+ project were this year’s performance highlights.