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South Korea's Port Of Busan To Use Savi Networks SaviTrak

The Port of Busan in South Korea.
by Staff Writers
Mountain View CA (SPX) Jan 26, 2007
Savi Networks has announced that it has extended the SaviTrak real-time information service to key terminal locations at the Port of Busan, South Korea. As one of the highest-volume shipping hubs for the Asia Pacific region, the Port of Busan is the fourth largest trading partner with the United States by container volume.

"We see the business and security value of having more visibility to the flow of containerized cargo through our facilities with the SaviTrak information service," said W.J. Choi, chief executive officer of Hutchison Korea Terminals, a member of the Hutchison Port Holdings Group. "With this RFID-based service, we can offer our customers qualified service and value in managing their shipments."

Choi also mentioned that the Savi's standards-based RFID products (ISO-18000-7) facilitate more flexible end-to-end visibility, value and security of RFID-tagged shipments transported throughout the global supply chain.

"The Port of Busan is an important link in our growing network throughout Asia, the Americas and Europe," said Lani Fritts, chief operating officer of Savi Networks. "Our SaviTrak network installations enable shippers and government authorities to improve the security, reliability, and efficiency of containerized cargo moving worldwide."

The SaviTrak information service is built on an open-technology network that captures data from all types of standards-based Automatic Identification and Data Collection (AIDC) devices, including bar codes, sensors, passive and active RFID and Global Positioning Satellite location systems. The information service generates real-time reports and exception-based alerts to each customer, including routes, missed shipments, or environmental conditions, and includes planning and analytics functions.

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