DigitalizationCargo & Container Terminal Solutions

Efficient software for cargo handling at container terminals

Ensuring efficient processes for loading, unloading, and storing goods at ports and terminals is key. Digital solutions like CargoCompact and Equipment Logistics System (ELS) contribute to higher throughput, shorter turnaround times and enhanced productivity. The software solutions allow operators to improve efficiency without the need for additional resources.

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Benefits at a glance

  • Monitoring and management of all areas in the terminal
  • Creates transparency for individual processes
  • Provides automated workflows
  • Increased productivity through optimized processes
  • Scalable solution that is easy to enhance

CargoCompact – everything under control

The CargoCompact software controls terminal processes and optimizes material flow for import, export and transit, focusing on the core processes of buildup and breakdown. It supports all automated and semi-automated system parts, as well as all manual areas within the terminal. CargoCompact helps ensure that the cargo handling meets customer specifications and schedules.

Dashboards and statistics on individual processes provide a comprehensive overview and can be accessed at any time through stationary and mobile devices. Recorded process data and real-time information enable forecasting. CargoCompact also monitors the condition of the installed system components and identifies future maintenance measures.

CargoCompact software for cargo terminals

ELS: Optimize container terminal operations

Equipment Logistics System (ELS) is a platform for streamlining operations and throughput in your container terminal. The software includes various modules for maritime and intermodal terminals.

ELS increases throughput in the maritime sector. Among others, the software covers the control of ship-to-shore and yard cranes as well as horizontal transportation. In the intermodal area, ELS controls your entire terminal with cranes and mobile vehicles, such as reach stackers. It supports standard terminal processes and optimizes the handling of trucks, trains and barges. In addition to the data layer, ELS provides a variety of operational functions, such as the forecasting, scheduling and dispatching of container movements within a terminal. A powerful graphical user interface (GUI) including a real time 3D-visualization ensures transparency and interaction at all times.

ELS can also be integrated into existing brownfield areas to improve the productivity without additional equipment. The open platform approach allows communication with other systems via APIs. The Data Hub linked to ELS archives usage data; operators can leverage historical data to further improve processes.