Eurogate Tanger S.A. container terminal in Morocco has reached an agreement to use CyberLogitec’s OPUS Terminal TOS.
The Tanger terminal, partially invested by CMA CGM and operated by global terminal operator Eurogate, has decided to replace the old terminal operating system and move to CyberLogitec’s OPUS Terminal in order to handle the fast-growing container throughput in the Tanger terminal to maximise terminal productivity.
Young Kyu Song, CEO of CyberLogitec, said, “This agreement with Tanger is the evidence that the working area of CyberLogitec has been expanded to worldwide.
“CyberLogitec plans to implement a successful terminal operating system for Tanger, and with CyberLogitec the constant business cooperation with CMA CGM will be continued.”
CyberLogitec’s OPUS Terminal offers end-to-end service which is covered in terminal operations in planning, operation, monitoring, and dashboards.
Through the implementation of centralized IoT platform, data, including real-time data from equipment, can be collected, processed, and provided with digital twin.
Further smart terminal development plans includes an operations forecasting system, and AI decision making by machine learning with the application of digital twin.
Both Tanger and the Algeciras Terminal in Spain, key passages into Africa and Europe, are operated by CyberLogitec’s OPUS Terminal.