GlobalSim to Deliver Full Mission Simulator to Chittagong Port Authority in Bangladesh

GlobalSim is pleased to announce that it has recently contracted with General Scientific Company Ltd. of Bangladesh to deliver a Full Mission simulator to the Chittagong Port Authority (CPA).

The Full Mission simulator heading to Chittagong Port will have interchangeable functionality to train equipment operators on Rail Mounted Gantry (RMG), Mobile Harbor Crane (MHC), Reach Stacker, Container Handler, Forklift, Container Truck, and Ship Pedestal Crane. The system will be constructed and tested at GlobalSim’s headquarters near Salt Lake City, UT, USA. It is expected the simulator will be delivered and installed in Chittagong Port in approximately six months.

“We had an excellent experience working with General Scientific Company and Chittagong Port Authority over the last decade” remarks Brad Ball, GlobalSim’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “The training facility in Chittagong Port already has an existing GlobalSim system to train Straddle Carrier, RTG and STS operators.  This new Full Mission system will be a welcome addition to what is certainly the finest training center for crane and equipment operators – not only in Bangladesh – but in all South Asia.”

About the Chattogram Port Authority:
Chattogong Port Authority (CPA), previously named Chittagram Port Authority, is a government agency of Bangladesh responsible for the management, maintenance and governance of the country’s major port of Chattogram, located in the city of Chattogram on the Karnaphuli River nine nautical miles from the shore of the Bay of Bengal. The CPA is part of the Ministry of Shipping. The port was established at its present location in 1887. By 1910, four jetties were constructed to handle 0.5 million MT of cargo annually. Since then the port has grown gradually to the present shape of 118 million MT of cargo handling in the FY of 2021-2022. Chattogram Port is considered the heart of the economy of Bangladesh.  As a gateway of Bangladesh, Chattogram Port handles 92% of the country’s international trade. The Port is a regular member of Japan based International Ports and Harbours (IAPH).

About General Scientific Company Limited (GSCL):
Founded in 1979 by Mr. M. A. Salam by the name of General Scientific Company (GSC) as a trading company, it was an importer & distributor of Scientific, Laboratory & Medical Equipment. Since it’s inception, GSC moves forward proudly with diversification of business. In 2003, the company re-organized and re-structured into a “Private Limited company” in the name of General Scientific Company Limited (GSCL) with greater business ventures, led by Mr. M. A. Salam as Managing Director in the helm of the company. Today GSCL is predominantly active in the two major sea ports of Bangladesh, Chattogram Port and Mongla Port, having key roles in several landmark projects in the field of Marine Pollution Control, Security and Simulation Training System, partnering with world leaders in respective field, such as Lamor Corporation Plc of Finland, Greenflow Marine SA of Portugal, GlobalSim Inc of USA, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) of US Department of Energy, etc.

About GlobalSim:
GlobalSim, Inc. is an employee-owned company that specializes in developing and manufacturing high-end simulators. Widely recognized throughout the world as the leading provider of crane simulators and crane simulation training systems, GlobalSim is focused on developing training systems for the port, construction, industrial, and military markets.