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Continental, Navis and Tideworks Technology the latest companies to join Port Equipment Manufacturers Association

Leading port automation companies Continental, Navis and Tideworks Technology have become the newest members of the Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA), a unique platform for the world port equipment and technology community.

“We are pleased to welcome these key players in the ports industry to PEMA. All three companies’ solutions are built on years of industry experience that we anticipate will be of great value to the ports sector as a whole,” explains PEMA President, Ottonel Popesco.

Continental, headquartered in Hannover, Germany, supplies a wide range of pneumatic and super-elastic tires for vehicles found in the port industry, including Mobile harbour cranes, rubber-tired gantry cranes, terminal tractors and trailers, AGVs, straddle carriers, reach stackers and heavy forklift trucks.

Founded in Oakland, California, and part of the Cargotec Corporation, Navis develops integrated cargo tracking and equipment automation systems used in ports all over the world. Navis also provides global consulting and support services.

Seattle-based, Tideworks Technology is a leading supplier of Terminal Operating Systems (TOS). A wholly owned subsidiary of Carrix, Inc., Tideworks utilises proven technological solutions and industry best practices to ensure operational productivity and enhanced communication with customers and partners.

The Association has steadily expanded its membership in recent years, with suppliers drawn from all sides of the ports industry. PEMA has also established working groups to focus on key issues for the ports sector within the fields of safety, environment and technology.

For more information on this news release, please contact Michael Scheepers at

For further details about PEMA and its activities, visit or contact Rachael White, PEMA Secretary General, at