Port cargo handling
Constructing a logistics system ahead of the times at the point of contact between the sea and land
Port cargo handling that realizes smooth sea import and export
Suzuyo is a pioneer company that provided for the first time “24 hours, 364 days” cargo handling services in Japan. We are based at Shimizu Port which is one of the seven major ports of Japan.
We provide shipping companies with operational cost reductions, such as port expenses and operating expenses, as well as time reductions for berth and handling of mother ships.
In addition, Suzuyo controls in-port facilities from berth and is known as “the best cargo handling agent of Shimizu Port”.
Port arrival can be conducted extremely swiftly. Shimizu Port has a 700m long, -15m public berth, and large vessels of 40,000 tons are permitted.
Mass transport is possible more than ever without worrying about drafts.
We will make shipping more efficient by preventing shipping charges, increasing lead times due to port restrictions, and increasing transport volume.
Container loading and unloading to improve work efficiency
Shimizu Port has completed the Shin-Okitsu Container Terminal, which can handle 8,000 TEU-class container vessels.
In order to respond to the increasing number of containerized cargo and to improve work efficiency at terminals, Suzuyo has realized work management at container storage locations with the information management system “S-COM (S-COM)”. This has reduced truck waiting time and work time at the container loading and unloading gates.
The convenience of Shimizu Port is further improved along with the cargo handling system of 24 hours a day, 364 days.
Conventional cargo handling for a wide range of cargo
At Suzuyo, the group has over 300 port workers in total, and workers with specialized skills capable of handling a wide variety of cargo, from bulk cargo such as grain to heavy goods exceeding 100 tons, insuring absolute safety.
We provide high quality service through efficient work.
Furthermore, through the work improvement movement, we are developing new handling equipment from the viewpoint of safety, efficiency and quality, and working to further improve it.