Port and logistics technology company CyberLogitec has signed an agreement with Busan New Container Terminal (BNCT) in South Korea to implement its flagship terminal operating system (TOS), OPUS Terminal, at Busan New Port Terminals.
BNCT is a full-service container terminal operator with a current capacity of 2.5 million TEU, and is able to berth up to three of the world’s largest container vessels simultaneously with its 1,400 metre deep-water quay.
The OPUS Terminal TOS will be used to manage the full breadth of terminal operations in Busan, from gate to yard to ship, under a single integrated platform that combines planning, operation, EDI and management support systems.
The software package has already been deployed at more than 30 terminals globally, the company said, including mega terminal installations at DP World’s Jebel Ali Terminals in the UAE and Westports in Malaysia.
“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,” said John Elliott, BNCT’s President and CEO.
“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.”