SLS Bucharest Intermodal Terminal has selected the Navis Cloud Terminal Operating System (TOS) by Kaleris to optimise operations and increase the visibility of cargo movements.
The system’s interface will reportedly help the terminal with gate management, yard planning, tracking cargo, billing, and communicating real-time data to its carriers and other customers via Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) connections.
The Navis Cloud TOS is designed to handle various cargo types, making it highly adaptable to the terminal’s current and future needs.
It provides a single, integrated view of all operations and information, helping the terminal make decisions that result in the best outcomes for its customers.
In this context, Data and System Planning (DSP), a technological Company specialised in Ports & Terminals Industry since 1986 and certified as the first Navis partner in 2007, will design the Business Process Management and act as Solution Integrator for SLS.
“When we needed a TOS for our new intermodal terminal, we knew we would get the best results with the Navis Cloud technology from Kaleris due to their extraordinary reputation and proven track record in the industry,” said Mihai Stoica, CEO of SLS Cargo.
“We are looking forward to implementing it at SLS Bucharest Intermodal Terminal to get a competitive edge and achieve our goal of becoming the main point in container transportation in the region.”
“We’ve been asked by SLS Cargo to design their digital platform solution to manage their operations and then to integrate the Navis Cloud TOS with their administrative and customs process,” said Marco Fehmer DSP CEO.
“We will walk with SLS Cargo hand by hand through this digitalisation journey putting at disposal all our experience, competence and innovation attitude to return the most possible value from the TOS.
SLS Bucharest Intermodal Terminal will reach an operational capacity of up to 750 containers per month. On a monthly basis, the terminal will be transited by 15 trains, with return routes to Constanța Port.