CIRCLE Group, has aannounced the full release of Milos® Terminal Operating System (TOS) for Trieste Intermodal Maritime Terminal (TIMT) in the port of Trieste – March 1, 2021 Besides integration with Port Community System of Port of Trieste Sinfomar® (developed by Info.era, software house based in Trieste part of CIRCLE Group), Milos® Terminal Operating System for TIMT is also interoperable with evolute platforms used by
Samer & Co. Shipping and Turkish operator Ulusoy, both in the capacity of shareholders of TIMT. The new integrated TOS will provide a single real-time view of all operations and data, allowing to share information among all players of the supply chain, obtaining event recording for more accurate reporting, visibility about yard availability situation, trailer operative management, mobile reach stacker interoperability and thus significant optimization for shipping line planning and management. “Through our suite it will be possible to take smarter decisions in a faster way, resulting in improved productivity and greater operational efficiency”, stated Luca Abatello, CEO at Circle Group. Milos® will exploit handheld and vehicle-mounted mobile devices that allow to follow operations both in yard and on the ship. The mobile app features a modern and intuitive user interface and give users great flexibility. CIRCLE Group is specialized in the analysis and development of innovation and digitalization solutions for the port and intermodal logistics sectors headed by Circle S.p.A. Source: CIRCLE
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