SLS Bucharest Intermodal Terminal launches Navis Octopi TOS

SLS Bucharest Intermodal Terminal launches Navis Octopi TOS

SLS Bucharest Intermodal Terminal has successfully implemented Navis Octopi by Kaleris and DSP, a cloud-based Terminal Operating System (TOS).

The system supports various cargo types, including containers and general cargo and its deployment has reportedly contributed to notable improvements for the terminal and its clients.

Key benefits include accelerated train discharge due to advanced digital planning capabilities. Offsite planners can create train plans ahead of time, providing the onsite team with accurate, ready-to-use information, thereby speeding up discharge processes.

Additionally, the system has enhanced the coordination of reachstacker movements across the terminal, ensuring smoother operations.

According to the developers, a significant advantage for customers is the enhanced visibility into the real-time location and status of their cargo, accessible directly through Octopi. The system also automates communication by emailing delivery receipts from truck interchanges to customers once activities are completed, further streamlining the process.

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Data and System Planning (DSP), a company specialising in the ports and terminals industry since 1986 and certified as a Kaleris implementation partner for Navis solutions, played a crucial role in this project.

DSP provided business process mapping, TOS selection support, gap analysis, systems configuration, and operational implementation support, acting as a Solution Integrator for SLS.

Marco Fehmer, CEO of DSP, said: “This achievement marks a significant milestone in our commitment to enhancing operational efficiency and technological innovation in the container terminal industry.

“DSP’s extensive experience in terminal digitalisation, combined with our competence and innovative attitude, has been instrumental in delivering this advanced solution. We look forward to witnessing the positive impact this will have on operations and the satisfaction of our customers.”

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Sorin Pangrate, SLS Terminal Manager, added: “Octopi is not just a step forward in our digital evolution but also a confirmation of our commitment to providing our customers with high-quality services characterised by promptness and reliability.

“This terminal operating system will enable more efficient management of freight flows, better communication among all parties involved, and optimised use of our resources.”

Last year, DSP integrated the Terminal Industry Committee 4.0 (TIC4.0) standards into its DATAVIEW flagship product.

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