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150 years of entrepreneurship; from the first Brigantine to the containerisation
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Collecting and rationalize data in the ocean of containers.
The future of Automation in the Container industry.
In the recent years of container terminal industry, equipment and process automation has become a common design guidelines for greenfields planning and brownfields revamping.
Data and System Planning (DSP) and Global Port Training (GPT) are happy to announce the start of a strong partnership. Both companies believe that the strength of any terminal or port operation relies on stevedoring and the physical handling of containers and commodities in conjunction of smart technology and equipment: during vessel operations, horizontal transport, stacking, receipt and delivery at the gates.
By combining forces, DSP and GPT bring significant benefits to their customers, since together they cover the entire operational process from planning to execution. Having trained operators on the ground ensures that the planning strategies and individual moves generated by the TOS system are executed on time, correctly and with respect for the cargo and the equipment.
GPT contributes to the overall productivity and profitability and sustainability of ports and terminals in every aspect, while reducing wear and tear and maintenance cost of the equipment.
DSP is expert in optimisation of TOS and business process improvements with the target to use at best and gain the most from what you have: people, space, equipment, infrastructure.
DSP and GPT work together on projects for existing terminals and greenfield terminals handling any type of commodity.
“It is even through our experience on terminal automation projects that we learned how the human factor is still relevant and fundamental for project and operations success – says Marco Fehmer DSP CEO”.
“We strongly believe that this partnership we will enable our customer to achieve new unexpected success” – confirms Nico Berx, GPT CEO.
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NAVIS, part of Cargotec, has signed a partnership agreement with DSP to facilitate increased awareness of Octopi by NAVIS in the European market. Octopi is a modern and lightweight cloud-based TOS developed specifically for container and mixed cargo terminals with annual throughput of under 300,000 TEU.
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DSP is sponsoring the Asia pacific NAVIS USER GROUP.
11 August 2019
TIV and DSP successfully managed the N4 implementation process. “The implementation of Navis N4 at our terminal has been a very good collaboration between the DSP team and the TIV team” says Roberto Semenzato, General Manager at TIV.
11 June 2019
DSP is happy to announce that APM Terminals Vado Ligure Reefer Terminal moved from old legacy system to the new TOS N4 (Navis). The N4 implementation is a good start for the integration with APMT world. In fact, not only TOS, but also other application and infrastructure systems have been at the same time implemented in compliance to Maersk standards. N4 Go-live in Reefer Terminal is the pilot TOS implementation for Vado Gateway Terminal, a new APMT semi-automated multipurpose platform.
Both APM Vado Ligure Terminal indeed will use the TOS as a single facility. This big change involved all Reefer Terminal departments. The ability and enthusiasm of the whole team made possible to manage smoothly the transaction. DSP team has been involved in Vado Navis project since 2017 supporting on requirements, testing, training and report development.
Now all efforts will be dedicated to the start up of the greenfield logistics platform handled by ASC Automatic sTacking Cranes coped with shuttle carriers horizontal transportation. More news to come…