Copenhagen unveils new container system

22/11/20160 CommentsSEO SEO
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Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP), the container terminal in the Copenhagen Port, has announced the launch of a new logistics system that will provide a better, faster service in the future of the port’s customers.

The new Terminal Operating System is called PIC and will allow the clients to connect their own processes with the terminals system and make available all the information about transports/loads for all parties in the transport chain.

According to a press release, the CPM’s system went live this morning in the container operations of the Copenhagen port.

Povl Dolleris Røjkjær Ungar, COO Port & Terminal Operations in the Copenhagen Malmö Port showed his excitement for the new system´s implementation:

 “We have been looking forward to the implementation, and are delighted that it is now under way. We are convinced that PIC TOS will enable CMP to offer both customers and collaborative partners even better and more efficient handling in the terminal in the future,” said the COO.

PICit, the system’s supplier, will be on site to make sure the operations run perfectly during the transition period:

“A large number of parties are affected by a TOS implementation, and it is important that we deliver a satisfactory transition from implementation project to operation which satisfies everybody involved”, says Henrik Højen Andersen, CEO, Sales & Customer Services, PICit.

Additional personnel will also be on-site, according to Povl Dolleris Røjkjær Ungar:

“As with all changes of the system, some challenges can arise in the initial phase, but we are well prepared and hope that any delays in the coming days will meet with understanding. We will do all we can to ensure that the transition is as smooth as possible for our customers and collaborative partners.”

CMP is one of the biggest port and terminal operators in the whole Nordic Region and one of the largest Northern European cruise-ship ports. The company is the major port operator in the Øresund Region and meets demands for the transport of consumer goods, new cars, aviation fuel, building materials, passengers, etc.

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