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DP World Installs TOS+ Solution In The Port Of Limassol

DP World installs TOS+ solution in the Port of Limassol

Limassol, Cyprus (PortSEurope) December 9, 2021 – DP World has completed the implementation of its TOS+ solution in the Port of Limassol, Cyprus. It also announced CARGOES By DP World – a suite of enterprise solutions for the world of logistics and trade. In a press release, DP World said: “CARGOES TOS+ provides ports with Terminal Operating solutions from documentation and billing management to consolidation
and de-consolidation of cargo and more. CARGOES TOS+ is part of the broader CARGOES suite of software, enabling the future of modern smart logistics, globally. CARGOES TOS+ supports integrations with a variety of third parties and is available on 70% of DP World’s ports”. “CARGOES TOS+ replaces the previous bulk and container solutions at the terminal. It is now handling container, general cargo and roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) activity. During a trial where the old system and the new DP World solution were run concurrently, there was a large drop in radio chatter as equipment operators switched to devices for receiving instructions, resulting in increased productivity. During the testing process, the results outperformed expectations finishing a full week ahead of schedule.” Nawaf Abdulla, CEO, DP World Limassol, said: “The transition to CARGOES TOS+ showcases the real-world potential of technology for enabling the future of smarter, more efficient and effective supply chains. Moving to an entirely cloud-based solution enables greater flexibility and fluidity during a time of immense pressure for the industry. DP World Limassol is the first terminal in the group to upgrade its software to the latest version of Cargoes TOS+ and General Cargo (GC+) cloud modules.” DP Limassol operates a multi-purpose port and cruise terminal. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.

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