Terminal Operating System (TOS)

  • Modern intermodal cargo platform with UI
  • SaaS platform (cloud-based smart solution)
  • Accounting for container storage and handling operation
  • Comprehensive billing / Automated reporting
  • Gathering for depo/rail/cargo harbor, marine terminals
  • Yard management / planning / address storage
  • Processes’ automation / cost effective > 30-80%
  • All version: CTMS / intermodal TOS / Inland depot – installation 1 day
  • Operating systems: Windows/Android/MacOS/IOS/Linux
  • Working with Customs Control Service
  • Support 24/365
Intermodal Terminal Operating System
Terminal Operating System Software
Stability 11

years on logistics IT solutions' market

Container Terminal Operating
Developed partnership 10+

integrations with other smart solutions

Intermodal Terminal Operating
In numbers 20+

Inland Depot & marine terminals under service

Operating System Terminal Software
Worldwide 500+

logistics companies work in different versions of this app

Container Depot Management
Growth 30-80%

Increase in revenue due to all processes and equipment optimization

Container Management
Full control 100%

of supply chains and types of cargo

Innovation automated container warehouses

A Terminal Operating System (TOS) is a crucial component of a terminal and plays a central role in managing the movement and storage of various cargo types in and around a container terminal, port, or inland depot.

To achieve this, Terminal Operating Systems leverage other technologies, such as EDI processing, mobile devices, wireless LANs, RFID, and DGPS, to monitor the flow of products efficiently and around the terminal.

Data is transmitted to a central database in real-time or batch synchronization. This database provides valuable reports on the location and status of goods, as well as the container handling equipment (CHE) in the terminal.

A TOS empowers terminals to optimize asset, labor, and equipment utilization, plan workloads, and receive timely information to make cost-effective decisions.

The primary objective of a TOS is to offer a set of automated procedures for managing cargo, machines, and people within a facility, facilitating seamless and efficient operations. A TOS should provide a streamlined operation, from high-level vessel/berth planning down to equipment and work instruction execution.

Additionally, a TOS should encompass Yard management; Vessel management; Berth management; Crane allocation; Container Handling Equipment (CHE) management; Rail management; Gate management; Booking and Pre-Advice of containers; Truck management and inquiry; User security and access control; and Reports (fixed and user-configured).

TOS should also offer optional interfaces to third-party systems (e.g., Financial systems, radio data terminals, REFCON Reefer Monitoring system, Electronic weighing scale, DGPS systems, etc.).

Real-time data provision is critical for decision making, especially in terminal operations. However, currently, there are not many TOS systems on the market that provide genuine real-time capabilities.


Why choose us?

Increase in staff productivity from 30 to 80%

Stable version with no interruptions

Availability of all business’ modules, including shipping and rail industry

Yard planning digital version. Marine vessel’s schedule loading/unloading

Improving customer loyalty through transparency in work and better efficiency

New innovated migration terminal's version. Trains, vehicles, wagons’s accounting

Handling equipment