1-Stop Shares ICTSI and ATI Port Booking System Success


1-Stop Connections has shared the progress made by its Terminal Appointment Booking System (TABS) at two terminals owned by International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI) and Asian Terminal Incorporated (ATI) in Manila, Philippines.

Since its installation two years ago, TABS has allowed ICTSI and ATI to handle the larger container volumes that have come with larger ships visiting the port.

By managing the truck flow, the terminals have been able to manage the shipside operations more efficiently and ensure a smooth flow of containers through the facility.

ATI has seen its truck transactions increase by a third each month with TABS, jumping from 40,000 to 60,000.


Learn more about why ATI and MICT chose TABS:

Read a Port Technology technical paper that goes into more detail about how ICTSI implemented TABS at the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT)


In the video about Manila's terminals, Ian Baking, AVP for Business Development at ATI, said: “Prior to TABS, the trucks would arrive randomly in the port, hence the long queues we’ve had for many, many years.

“What TABS did was regulate that over a 24-hour period, and that has proved to be successful since we implemented it.”

1-Stop Communications' CEO Michael Bouari spoke to Port Technology at TOC Europe 2017 to discuss how the company is aiming to improve supply chain technology:

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