Category Archives: Terminal

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Driving New Frontiers 2.0

Smart Business Goals Within the terminal supply chain, there are many stakeholders involved in delivering end-to-end service to customers. In the world of larger ports and bigger ships, a flexible and modular-based TOS architecture understands that multi-terminal and mix-cargo terminal operations have different complexities, which means there isn’t a one-size-fits-all system. Whether deployed on premise… Read More »

Driving New Frontiers 1.0

The ocean container shipping industry is facing many issues, with weak demands and oversupply of slots. The truth is terminals can visualize a new era, restoring port productivity to the industry. To remain competitive, a good terminal operating system (TOS) should be optimized for the future as it grows with the business. Smart planning Under… Read More »

Living Tomorrow’s Port Today

Achieving optimum productivity is always on the minds of senior management, and as the level of competition escalates, this becomes an increasing concern with larger ships and bigger ports raising the stakes. The concept of today’s smart ports is to help terminal operators and shipping lines maximise productivity and reduce turnaround times by investing in… Read More »

Reinventing For The Future

Technological disruption within the maritime industry is transforming before our very eyes. Markets have been roiled by the recent merger of large shipping liners and the economic uncertainties between America and China. There are also issues with the shift in consumer purchasing preferences to buy experiences than goods. All these have contributed to a cautious… Read More »

Terminal Productivity from Container Liner’s View

The meaning of productivity is the ratio of output against input made with expectations. In this generic definition, there are two different approaches would be possible in the container terminal operation productivity. One from container liner’s view and another is terminal operator’s perspective. Approach for the consumers(container liners) who are supposed to receive the service… Read More »

Port Time vs. Sea Time? Omni-Operation!

What does it mean port time vs. sea time in container liner operation? Depend on the scale of container liner, it could be separated the responsible teams who were focusing port time and sea time, in specifically, vessel operation and terminal operation. One of the side effects in approaching two different operations is the possibility… Read More »

CyberLogitec Eagle Eye interviewed Port Technology International(PTI) at TOC Europe 2015 in Rotterdam

Eagle Eye, which has been developed to meet operation requirements of modern container terminals, is not only a terminal asset and container monitoring/tracking system but is a process automation system supporting security/safety management. CyberLogitec explain how as a company they are tackling new industry demands in a changing, global market. Port Technology International (PTI) spoke… Read More »

Process automation system with monitoring/tracking and security/safety management for container terminals

Eagle Eye, which has been developed to meet operation requirements of modern container terminals, is not only a terminal asset and container monitoring/tracking system but is a process automation system supporting security/safety management. Key Features & Functionalities Container & CHE position tracking and status monitoring Visibility via Virtual Terminal Platform for integration of subsystems and… Read More »