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Hogia transport news
The port of Ystad digitalises its operations with the support of Hogia’s system
The port of Ystad is Sweden’s third-largest port for ferry passengers and the country’s fifth-largest in terms of cargo vehicles. The port handles over two million passengers and 300,000 lorries and trailers annually. Now Hogia is delivering a terminal system that will digitalise the port’s administrative and operational work.
Wallhamn is streamlining its freight flows
Every week, numerous ships arrive at the Port of Wallhamn to load or unload cars, lorries, buses and industrial machinery. Founded in 1962, the port is one of the Nordic region’s leading vehicle ports and an important hub for the import and export of vehicles in Sweden.
Hogia delivers to the Canadian ferry operator CTMA Traversier
The Canadian ferry operator CTMA Traversier Ltée (CTMA) have gone live with their new reservation and ticketing system BOOKIT, from Hogia Ferry Systems. The contract was signed in the autumn 2020. CTMA operate several routes: a life-line service between Prince Edward Island and the Îles de la Madeleine, a cruise line from Montreal to Îles de la Madeleine and a freight ferry service serving the islands. They have 3 ferries running the different services.
Hogia delivers support for handling large freight flows to the Port of Södertälje
It will now be easier for ports and terminals to handle large volumes of goods. Hogia is launching a mobile application that digitalises manual operations and provides increased operational control. The first to get up and running with the app is the Port of Södertälje, which will use it for unloading and loading import cars. Every year, one third of Sweden’s new car imports, approximately 120,000 cars, are delivered to the port. Large parts of the handling process can now be automated.
The next generation of public transport is proactive
Keep your customers informed in every situation! Emma Fernlöf of Hogia is one of the speakers at IT-TRANS, a public transport conference in Karlsruhe in early March. She will talk about the public transport of the future and how smart information can be used proactively in traffic management to prevent disruptions in public transport from affecting the passenger, creating a smoother journey and making public transport more attractive. The next generation of public transport is proactive, says Emma, and explains what this means in practice.
Irish Ferries chooses Hogia Ferry Systems
Irish Ferries have been looking to replace their current passenger and freight reservation systems and have signed an agreement with Hogia Ferry Systems to deliver their standard booking system BOOKIT. Irish Ferries is part of the Irish Continental Group and has four RoPax vessels and one Fastcraft currently operating on two routes across the Irish Sea as well as direct route between Ireland and France.
Åland digitalizes their passenger information
Recently the Åland Government addressed the need for passenger information and so signed an agreement with Hogia Public Transport Systems to supply a system that will give their passengers on board buses and ferries greatly improved information about their journeys.
Digitalization of Portsmouth International Port
Portsmouth International Port is the second-largest cross-channel port in the UK, and offers more ferry routes than any other UK ferry port, serving popular destinations in France, Spain, and the Channel Islands. Two ferry companies transport 250,000 freight units through the terminal each year. Portsmouth International Port awarded to Hogia the contract to supply a terminal operating system to digitalise the management of freight transport through the terminal thereby increasing the terminal’s efficiency.
Another Record Year
For the third year in a row, Swedish IT company Hogia has had a record year: Sales increased from SEK 565 million to SEK 605 million. For the 10th consecutive year employees numbers increased by 25 people bringing the company total to 675. Net profit rose from 34 to SEK 36 million, which is a profit margin of 6%, says Bert-Inge Hogsved, Hogia's founder and CEO.
Hogia wins business in Tunisia
Hogia Ferry Systems has signed an agreement with the Tunisian ferry operator Compagnie Tunisienne de Navigation (CTN) to deliver the reservation and ticketing system BOOKIT.