Port of Jeddah completes software integration project

The Port of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, operated by DP World, has completed the implementation of DP World’s own CARGOES TOS+ Operations and Planning System (OPS) software system, integrating the new application with the N4 software platform by US-based company Navis.

The launch sees the facility become the first terminal in the DP World network to deploy TOS+ OPS with the N4 backend.

“DP World Jeddah manages billions of dollars in traded goods every year targeted to retailers and consumers throughout the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. CARGOES TOS+ OPS is a DP World-developed technology with a proven track record in improving and optimising the overall operations’ performance,” said Mohammad AlShaikh, CEO, DP World Jeddah and Country Head, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

“We are extremely satisfied to see the improvements in our operational KPIs within the first ten days of the launch and look forward to furthering enhancements in our operations at DP World Jeddah.”

“CARGOES TOS+ OPS implementation and integration capabilities will pave the way for DP World Jeddah to continue the automation journey as it provides an advance and robust integration environment for the equipment automation programme and the Real-Time Location System (RTLS) implementations, amongst other smart trade digital transformation projects we have in the pipeline.”

DP World’s CARGOES platform incorporates a range of different software modules for varying transport and logistics applications, including terminal operations, finance, customs management, freight booking and cargo tracking.

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