DP World Limassol implements CARGOES TOS+

DP World Port of Limassol

DP World has announced that its suite of enterprise solutions for logistics and trade – CARGOES – has completed implementation of its TOS+ at the Port of Limassol in Cyprus.

CARGOES TOS+ aims to provide ports with a library of terminal operating solutions from documentation and billing management to consolidation and de-consolidation of cargo. This solution is part of a broader CARGOES suite of software which is now available on 70% of DP World ports.

The implementation of this new solution at the terminal has replaced the previous bulk and container solutions, and it is now handling container, general cargo, and RoRo activity.

In a statement from DP World, it was revealed that during a trial where the old system and the new DP World solution were run concurrently, there was a large drop in radio chatter as equipment operators switched to devices to receive instructions, resulting in a boost in productivity.

“The transition to CARGOES TOS+ showcases the real-world potential of technology for enabling the future of smarter, more efficient and effective supply chains,” said Nawaf Abdulla, CEO of DP World Limassol.

“Moving to an entirely cloud-based solution enables greater flexibility and fluidity during a time of immense pressure for the industry. DP World Limassol is the first terminal in the group to upgrade its software to the latest version of CARGOES TOS+ and General Cargo (GC+) cloud modules.

“CARGOES TOS+ will suggest predictive maintenance to reduce operating costs, improve productivity by identifying bottlenecks, and optimise the terminal’s operational fleets and resource usage. These are great achievements for the team here in Limassol and we look forward to introducing further CARGOES features and automations that our customers and users can benefit from.”

DP World Limassol has previously cited the company’s integration with blockchain-based digital container logistics platform TradeLens as an area of focus through 2021.

Over the course of the year, the terminal underwent scenario-testing of implementing blockchain into its TOS to better secure and improve efficiencies of its cargo processes and is expected to be fully operational by around 2025.

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