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CyberLogitec and Super Terminals strike deal for OPUS Terminal

CyberLogitec and Super Terminals strike TOS deal
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CyberLogitec has announced an agreement with Super Terminals to roll out its OPUS Terminal Operating System (TOS) to increase productivity and efficiency.

Located in Manaus, Brazil, Super Terminais’s cargo volumes have grown over the years, necessitating an upgraded TOS that can meet their growing needs and support them into the future.

Super Terminals selected CyberLogitec’s TOS to help the terminal effectively monitor, manage and enhance operations at the site in real-time while improving customer service.

Marcello Di Gregorio, Managing Director at Super Terminals, said, “CyberLogitec’s OPUS Terminal will help us improve inventory accuracy and operational efficiency, on top of providing better visibility to all our stakeholders.

“Implementing the new TOS supports our commitment to meet and exceed expectations through reliable services, meeting deadlines, and adding value to our partners.”

Jason Jae-Seung Hyeon, CEO of CyberLogitec, was also quoted, saying, “With our innovative TOS, we are confident in helping terminals reach their full business potential with state-of-the-art technologies.

“We look forward to being in partnership with Super Terminais in digitizing its operations with efficiency and are eager to assist in their continued success.”

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