Container Terminal

Container Terminal Description

A Terminal Operating System, or TOS, is a key part of a supply chain and primarily aims to control the movement and storage of various types of cargo in and around a container terminal or port. The systems also enables better use of assets, labor and equipment, plan workload, and receive up-to-date information.

Automation in the Container Terminal Business today is essential to better serve customers and improve profitability. Moreover, increasing port calls of mega-vessels, more productive quay cranes, and increased GBP altogether have led to a surge in container volume that are handled in yard, which makes today’s yard operations even more challenging. Joining this trend, many terminals are preparing ambitious plans to automate almost every single process of its Terminal Operation/Gate.


Changes in technology and increase in global trade is challenging the operation of traditional terminals. To thrive in the new digital era, a large number of terminals have adopted advanced TOS platforms to optimize productivity and effectively collaborate with multi-stakeholders.

OPUS Terminal is the most advanced terminal operating solution that is developed with state-of-the-art technology based on more than 20-year terminals operation experience. With the latest J2EE-based open architecture, this system guarantees high flexibility and scalability, allowing our customers to meet their expectation and save total cost of ownership. OPUS Terminal, designed for modern container terminal, enables terminals to focus their efforts on increasing efficiency in yard operation, while integrating other terminal operation process.



Real-time workload job scheduling, dispatching, resource pooling and ease congestions.


Efficient utilization of equipment and resources means reduced idle time and schedule inaccuracies.


Intuitive user interface supports real-time job planning, monitoring, prioritizing and forecasting with an intuitive dashboard, allowing quick response to situations.


Optimal management of terminal operations will eliminate erroneous and work duplication.

and Features

TLS (Terminal Logistics System)

A total asset management system that streamlines equipment work queue based on individual workload.

Advanced Vessel Planning

Measures operational priorities like IMDG and port of destination, it intelligently plan and assign containers into specific slots within the vessel.

Advanced Yard Allocation

Container allocation within the yard is prioritized according to vessel’s stowage location, the yard’s work queue and available work tiers.

Global Truck Pooling

Optimize truck travel distance and waiting time by assigning trucks for maximum equipment pooling across activities by intelligently optimizing travel paths to reduce congestion.

Graphical VMT/PDA

Graphical-based UI devices for equipment (Vessel-mounted terminals) and operational personnel (PDA) to facilitate management of tasks.

Internet of Things (IoT) Ready

Supports a variety of remote positioning protocols such as RFID/DGPS/INS/PDS.


OPUS Terminal - Optimizing Terminal Operations