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Tideworks Introduces new terminal operating system in Panama

Tideworks Technology, provider of comprehensive terminal operating system (TOS) solutions, has announced the go-live of its new marine TOS solution Mainsail 10 at Manzanillo International Terminal (MIT) in Panama.

Tideworks engineered Mainsail 10 to provide terminal operators with increased flexibility and a TOS solution that can integrate and scale to adapt to changing operational needs. The go-live at MIT is the company’s first deployment of Mainsail 10. 

Mainsail 10 was developed with the evolving global supply chain in mind. The new solution provides rapid access to and management of real-time data to improve decision making and increase the flow of cargo through the terminal, while also reducing costs. The new TOS is configurable and customizable, allowing terminal operators to create individualised user experiences and ad-hoc reports that meet their specific needs. Additionally, the solution integrates with back-office accounting and ERP systems among other third-party technologies.

Throughout the design and development of Mainsail 10, Tideworks worked closely with its terminal operator customers and stakeholders to create a next-generation TOS platform informed by historical industry insight.

“We are thrilled to introduce our next-generation TOS that will offer a strategic advantage to terminal operators worldwide,” said Thomas Rucker, president of Tideworks.

Stacy Hatfield, MIT general manager, said: “We have also begun integrating Mainsail 10 with the variety of third-party tools and technologies in use at MIT to increase efficiency across the terminal.”

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