Ashdod Port: Operations Transformation
Ashdod conducted a performance analysis, comparing efficiency metrics between new and experienced workers. The study revealed significant disparities in task completion times, with new workers taking 86% more time to shut down the crane compared to the 50% reduced time taken by experienced workers. The project's outstanding success not only validated the significance of skilled proficiency but also highlighted the substantial strides made by the port in optimizing its operational processes. Troubleshooting time before and after the Implementation of Treedis: Experienced employee: 30 minutes to troubleshoot, while using Treedis the figure was reduced to 15 min, thus reducing the time by 50%. New employee: 90 minutes to troubleshoot, while using Treedis the figure was reduced to 14 min, thus reducing the time by 84%.
The Port of Ashdod is one of Israel's primary cargo ports. Situated in Ashdod, approximately 40 kilometers from Tel Aviv. This port's establishment marked a substantial increase in Israel's port capacity and has the distinction of annually handling the largest volume of cargo containers. Experiencing a growing demand, Ashdod Port has incorporated technological advancements into its operations and has inspired other ports around the world.