CyberLogitec Inks TOS Agreement with Busan Terminal


CyberLogitec, a leading provider of IT solutions for the maritime sector, has signed an agreement with Busan New Container Terminal (BNCT) to implement its highly-integrated terminal operating system (TOS).

BNCT, located in South Korea, is a container terminal operator with an existing capacity of 2.5 million TEU, and leverages advanced technologies to welcome some of the world’s largest container vessels.

The OPUS Terminal solution, according to a statement, will enable BNCT to improve its competitiveness by facilitating a simplified operational workflow, increasing efficiency and boosting the agility of the terminal’s response times.

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OPUS Terminal manages the entirety of a facility’s operations, from the gate to the yard to the ship, enabling the fast movement of vessels and cargo entering and exiting the port.

In addition to this, CyberLogitec’s TOS allows operations to be managed under a single-integrated platform, which is achieved through combined planning, operation, EDI and management supporting systems.



John Elliott, President and CEO of BNCT, commented: “I am excited to secure a great partnership with CyberLogitec and future for BNCT. 

“I am especially grateful for the huge effort invested by both BNCT and CyberLogitec staff who have conducted a very thorough analysis that enabled us to decide, with great confidence, that CyberLogitec will provide the future terminal operating system for the most advanced terminal in Korea.

“It is clear to BNCT that CyberLogitec’s proven ability will deliver the reliability, system control and operational flexibility that will lead to improvements in our productivity and efficiency so that we can deliver superior services to BNCT’s customers over the long-term future.”

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Son-Jeong Min, Product Manager for Terminal Solutions at CyberLogitec, said: “A high-performance terminal operating system must have the ability to assist the terminal operators to improve cost inefficiencies, be flexible, scalable and ultimately lead to improved terminal productivity.

“We are committed to promote our solutions competitiveness using business intelligence and leveraging on big data for accurate operation analysis and forecasting.”

A further comment from CyberLogitec added that OPUS Terminal is scalable enough to meet the needs of BNCT’s growing capacity, aligning with the operator’s aims to pursue advanced modernization.

OPUS Terminal has been deployed at over 30 terminals globally, including mega installations at DP World’s Jebel Ali Terminals in UAE and Westports in Malaysia.

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