The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) will conduct tests on its information system for streamlining port and harbor procedures from Jan. 5 to Feb. 28, 2023 at the ports of Niigata, Omaezaki, Wakayama-Shimotsu and Hiroshima to clarify challenges to overcome before the system, known as Cyber Port (for port and harbor logistics), is implemented.

The program will focus on the visualization of port entrance and departure formalities and the computerization of research and statistics. For the former, the MLIT will test port entrance and departure procedures with a new function (berth windows) to be added to the Nippon Automated Cargo and Port Consolidated System (NACCS). Four port administrators and 14 operators will participate. For the latter, meanwhile, the ministry will create survey sheets on port and harbor statistics compilers with Cyber Port (for research and statistics). Spreadsheets will also be made by prefectures (port and harbor administrators). Four port and harbor administrators and 54 operators will participate.  




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