The capacity of a containership
is hard to estimate due to complex
stowage rules

Heavy containers cannot be high in stacks

Containers for the next port must be on top of stack

Cooled containers must be near power plugs low in stack

The captain must have proper line of sight

Containers with dangerous cargo must be segregated

High and low containers must be mixed right to use all space

Wrong weight distribution can cause the ship to break or capsize

Port cranes must be able to work efficiently in parallel

Short containers cannot be on top of long containers

Is a multi-port capacity simulator
stowing individual containers

It uses artificial intelligence to model stowage rules and optimization algorithms
to select bookings that utilize all free capacity of the vessel and have maximum total yield.

The multi-port stowage simulation produces cost-efficient stowage plans
that can be used in vessel operations.

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