The Port of Rotterdam Authority — the organization that manages and develops Europe’s largest seaport — knows this well. As trucks move around to deliver goods to and from the port, slow-moving traffic is a common sight in the area.
But it’s not just trucks that are in abundance at the port. Several businesses — essentially customers of the Port authority — store their empty containers in depots, which, until recently, were often rendered inaccessible by the build-up of traffic. This delayed trucks' strict delivery schedules to subsequent destinations, prompting obvious complaints and requests for the Port authority to resolve the situation.
While on the lookout for a proactive solution to traffic delays, the organization landed on Hastig.