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ICT Group opens new head office in Rotterdam

As of September, the head office of ICT Group has been relocated to the center of Rotterdam. Our new office is based on the 19th floor of the FIRST Office Building. The current Barendrecht office will be used for our project related business. Jos Blejie: “We are very happy that when we needed to expand […]

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Lowie’s Challenge: become an all-round senior project management advisor

Lowie Luijks is a medior project management advisor in the field of quality management. “I studied Technical Business Administration because I want to take complex projects to the next level. At NedMobiel, I got the opportunity to put this in practice.” Currently, Lowie is working for several departments of Rijkswaterstaat in Zuid-Holland and Zeeland. “I […]

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‘Moving container terminals to the 21st century’ at TOC Europe

ICT Group was present at the TOC Europe 2019 in Rotterdam Ahoy. Here we informed you about the possibilities within Digital Twin, Internet of Things, Middleware, Digital Transformation, Deep Learning Solutions and other Smart Solutions that ICT Group and OrangeNXT offer you. In addition to our stand we informed you during the TECH TOC conference. […]

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Inigo De La Fuente’s Challenge: Shaping the Future

In February of this year Inigo De La Fuente started working for the Dutch ICT Group as a Senior Software Designer. Now he works on designing and developing software for the online connectivity unit of a well-known car brand. What Inigo really likes about his job is that he can work on the latest high-tech projects with a team of highly skilled professionals that reinforce each other. In this way he directly contributes to shaping the future of driving.  “Millions of […]

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Pieter’s Challenge: Creating a safe workplace

The Port of Antwerp is Belgium’s largest sea port and the second largest port in Europe, surpassed only by Rotterdam. The port’s 86 terminals are responsible for 223,655,312 tonnes of maritime goods transport. This means 10,450,900 TEU per year and an average of 45 crane movements every hour. The port relies mainly on manual processes, but ICT Group has taken […]

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Each container terminal its own specific automation solution

A ship arrives in the port, loaded to full capacity with containers. Large cranes unload the containers and lift them onto the shore. Immediately after containers have been unloaded, the ship is reloaded with new containers. The ports of Antwerp and Rotterdam handle hundreds of thousands of containers each week. A logistic masterpiece, in which speed, accuracy and safety play […]

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Angélique de Vries-Schipperijn nominated as member of the Supervisory Board, Annual Report 2018 published

Annual report 2018 and convocation for AGM published ICT Group N.V. (ICT) will propose to the 2019 Annual General Meeting (AGM), to be held on 15 May 2019, to appoint Angélique de Vries-Schipperijn to the Supervisory Board. This proposal to appoint a fifth member to the Supervisory Board follows the proposed nomination of Mr. Van […]

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Pascal’s Challenge: remaining the most technically advanced terminal

Pascal Muller, employed by ICT Group and currently working as a Software Engineer at ECT, has been closely involved in these operations for the past several years. “My focus over the past three years has been on optimising maritime planning processes. Whenever a ship arrives, we know how many containers, and what types of containers, […]