Wednesday, November 9, 2016

TraPac Selects NASCENT Technology’s Automated Gate System and OCR Portals in Port of Oakland

CHARLOTTE, NC — November 9, 2016 — NASCENT Technology, a leading provider of gate automation and related technologies, has announced that it has been selected by TraPac, LLC. to provide the automated gate system and OCR portals for their gate expansion in the Port of Oakland, CA. 

NASCENT will provide 16 truck gate kiosks (pedestals), 12 Yard kiosks, and 2 kiosks to be used within the Driver’s Assistance area within the facility.  Of the 16 gate lanes, 9 of these are new lanes that are being built as part of the gate expansion.  In addition, NASCENT will also be providing and integrating with OCR (Optical Character Recognition) Portals at both the In-bound and out-bound gate complexes.  Central to the automated gate system is NASCENT’s SYNAPSE Software which aggregates and manages the kiosks and other traffic control equipment while providing a uniform, task-centric user interface.

Dave Lambacher, NASCENT’s Business Development Manager, said “The enhanced in-gate complex will enable TraPac to increase their gate velocity as they grow their footprint and add more capacity within the Port of Oakland. Reducing truck queue times is an important component to enhancing customer service. NASCENT is excited to be part of their commitment to the Port.”


NASCENT Technology, LLC. (NASCENT) has been successfully delivering technology solutions to the Intermodal Transportation industry since 1996. As the pioneer of Automated Gate Systems (AGS), NASCENT has consistently led the way in new technology-based solutions, providing several innovations and industry firsts. Backed by unrivaled engineering, assembly, software development, QA and support organizations, NASCENT continues to draw on its vast industry experience and keen focus on intermodal operations to provide its clients with unparalleled solutions. 

About TraPac

TraPac is a leading container terminal operator and stevedore with terminals located in the Port of Los Angeles, the Port of Oakland, and the Port of Jacksonville.  Founded in 1985 by its parent company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd., TraPac provides world class customer service while setting industry standards for productivity, security, safety, and environmental protection.



Jeffrey Necciai, Sr. VP Sales & Marketing,
NASCENT Technology, LLC.

Dave Lambacher, Business Development Manager,
NASCENT Technology, LLC.

For more information, visit the company's website at 



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