A Terminal Operating System (TOS) is a key component that plays a central role in managing the movement storage of various cargo types around a container terminal port or inland depot.
A TOS allows to optimize management and a KPI system plan workloads, receive timely information to make cost-effective decisions.
The primary objective of a intermodal terminal operating system TOS is to offer a set of automated processes for managing cargo, trucks, reackstackers and crane also several staff within a facility, facilitating seamless and efficient operations. Should provide a streamlined processes, from high-level vessel/berth planning down to equipment and work instruction execution.
Additionally should include Yard and Vessel management for a terminal; Crane allocation; “Container Handling Equipment” (CHE); Rail wagon accounting; Gate booking; Truck and Berth management in the port; User security and access control; Reports (fixed and user-configured).
To achieve this, TOS leverage other technologies, such as EDIFACT processing, mobile devices, wireless LANs, RFID, and DGPS, to monitor the flow of products efficiently
Our terminal operating system allows multiple users to conveniently monitor the transportation of cargo within area, making it a critical resource for companies that depend on smooth logistics workflows. With immediate updates on container movements and associated information, our program is an indispensable tool for any enterprise functioning within the logistics.
Contpark.TOS should also offer optional interfaces to third-party systems (e.g., Contpark.Finance, wireless data, REFCON Reefer Monitoring, Electronic weighing scale, DGPS, etc.).