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CyberLogitec introduces new operating system for multi-purpose terminals


CyberLogitec, provider of maritime and port logistics operations technologies, has launched a new terminal operating system for multi-purpose terminals.

Named OPUS Terminal M, the system can handle container operations and a range of cargoes including breakbulk, project and bulk cargo, and roro. CyberLogitec said the solution also supports multi-terminal operations for operators that run more than one facility, including container ports, inland container depots and empty depots.

“Besides accessibility and flexibility, it presents the full functionality of bespoke container terminal operating system, offering terminals of all sizes the benefits and advanced operational efficiencies that were previously exclusive to mega terminals because of cost considerations,” said Jason Hyeon, managing director of CyberLogitec Global.

The OPUS Terminal M, building on CyberLogitec’s OPUS Terminal solution, is designed to meet the needs of smaller and medium sized terminals, and offers advanced functionality from vehicle booking system to advanced yard planning and advanced inter terminal vehicles (ITV) pooling.

The browser and cloud-based solution also enables easy data accessibility across locations in real-time, as well as flexibility and scalability to reduce the need for third-party systems.


CyberLogitec pointed out that one of its most ‘tech-forward’ functions is real-time 2D and 3D visualisation of full cargo and yard operations to support decision making and ensure safety.

“It was important to us to offer terminal operators access to the benefits of digitalisation at a cost-efficient price point, while extending how the solution can be used by our customers now and into the future,” Hyeon said.

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