LEGHORN – NEWS & EVENTS
2016 stands out as a year of important news for LEGHORN and its subsidiaries worldwide and it started with an important evolution: LEGHORN changed its business name and that of their subsidiarie in Greece, Belgium and Czech Republic into the corporate name LEGHORNGROUP, to strengthen the group concept with which now the various units of LEGHORN been active in the global market. The operation is part of a more comprehensive
LEGHORN’S JANUARY SPECIAL: MONTH OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY, NEW TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES IN SECURITY PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGIES
LEGHORN resolution for the new year 2016 is to increase the level of security in international freight - air, ship, road - thanks to special electronic identification and monitoring systems for transport and logistics! from the finalization of solutions for identification, protection, control and traceability already existing within the company portfolio up to the launch of completely new products and applications for the reference sector, LEGHORN is investing heavily in
LEGHORN is more and more present in the scenario of European transport players: the company has just confirmed its participation in the 6th edition of theTransport Week – so far the biggest platform of communication within the transport field in Poland – created for key European transport market representatives, will be held at the University of Gdansk in Sopot, on 8-10 March 2016. Zdrowie!
LEGHORN, together with the subsidiary LEGHORN HELLAS, will be present next June in Greece at one of the most prestigious events of the shipping sector.
LEGHORN staff wishes you a peaceful and joyful 2016!
LEGHORN RFID SEALS are used in Tunisia and Morocco to speed up customs clearance processing.
LEGHORN participated today in B2MOS Demo Day, event organised by Livorno Port Authority and targeting all the major players and stakeholders of Livorno Port Community.
ENGLISH: Port of Livorno, speedy customs check with a hightech seal. “Pre-clearing" has been trialed for the first time in Italy at the Port of Livorno. An exercise that speeds up custom checks by carrying them out whilst the ship is still at sea.
From: porttechnology.org A video released by TOC Events Worldwide recalling this summer’s TOC Europe in London has been released. TOC Europe 2014 was visited by almost 3,000 people and proved to be a highly successful few days as global exhibitors descended on the Excel Centre on the banks of the River Thames. Interviews with representatives of Terex, Navis, Continental, Cavotec, Kalmar, Bromma, Konecranes and Gaussin are all featured in the
UTILISING RFID E-SEALS FOR ENHANCED TERMINAL OPERATIONS, SECURITY & E-SHIPMENT Speaker: Alex Le Clef
TOC Europe is shaping up nicely, with a host of big names set to attend, and over 160 exhibitors on show, Port Technology will be sure to keep its readers in the loop as TOC heads to the capital. Now entering its 39th year, the annual TOC event showcases new age technologies whilst discussing the hot topics affecting our industry today. The European leg of the TOC calendar is
One key element of e-seal operation is their ability to be read speedily and accurately at the terminal gate, in order to instantly verify security, and this too is now being address at number of test sites. Leghorn Security Seals is one specialist to have moved into this field, having developed an RFID system to read e-seals passing into or out of the port area. Its Janus-Gate, which uses a
TUESDAY 10 DECEMBER - Alex Le Clef: "Implementing gate automation & RFID seals" [responsive_youtube 0r-Vso-GYGE]
Antwerp Gateway ready to receive and process RFID seals Wednesday, 12 December 2012 Dear customer This weekend the Leghorn-Perdra team successfully implemented all the necessay equipment for the use of RFID seals. Monday the system was up and running and registration of the RFID seals goes smoothly. We support the use of RFIDseals strongly as it registers the e-seal number automatically instead of manual and saves time for all parties
DP World has introduced an advance notice system for trucks arriving at its Antwerp Gateway terminal. The Truck Appointment System (TAS) which became operational at the end of November will permit more efficient handling. The process includes automatic recording of the RFID tag with which containers are sealed. Hauliers wishing to collect or deliver containers at the terminal must provide their administrative details in advance to the e-portal www.dpworld.be/eworld. As