Ports are pressed with rising labor costs, larger vessels, smaller space and less time. Industry has seen a larger number of terminals shift from manual equipment operation to automated systems. Automation ensures predictable and reliable performance through reduced dependence on human proficiency. However, effective automations entail a cohesive platform that can tightly integrate different equipments and separate systems in the terminal.

OPUS Terminal is an highly integrated TOS platform that provides full coverage of the entire terminal operation. Accommodating the needs of both container terminals and multi-purpose terminals, entire operation is managed under a single integrated umbrella through combined planning, operation, EDI and KPI Dashboard analysis. Optimize your operation with OPUS Terminal that has been successful in more than 50 terminals in 12 countries.

AVP (Advanced Vessel Plan) and AYP (Advanced Yard Plan) provides automated ship operation and efficient use of yard space. TLS (Terminal Logistics System) is a asset management system that streamlines equipment work queue based on individual workload. These features allow terminals to minimize equipment movement, save turnaround time, increase operational productivity and reduce schedule inaccuracy.


  • Advanced Vessel PlanningAVP (Advanced Vessel Planning) is an automatic process planner that localizes towards each vessels’ needs. OPUS Terminal combines EDI information, container status, equipment position and workload information from equipments and vessels. By optimizing discharging/loading sequence based on this data, operators benefit from shorter turnaround time and less gap between operation and planning. Higher productivity is accomplished through reduced container re-handling in the yard and minimized un-laden traveling of equipment.
  • Terminal Logistics SystemTLS (Terminal Logistics System) provides total management of all equipment workflow within
    the terminal. TLS individually assigns and balances workload for each equipment based
    on its condition and work queue. Coordinating equipment work process minimizes waiting
    time so that containers can travel from end-to-end on schedule seamlessly. Single platform
    managing from Gate, Vessel, Rail and to Yard process optimizes the terminal process as a
    whole and allows operators to respond to problems quickly.
  • Advanced Yard Allocation AYA (Advanced Yard Allocation) is a container distribution platform that resourcefully distributes container movement in the yard. Containers that enter from gate are instantly arranged a place in the yard significantly reducing re-handling work. Unloaded containers from vessels are practically allocated to the yard based on QC work queue and vessel’s stowage location. AYA taking care of overall container distribution significantly decreases terminal turn time of external trucks within the terminal.
  • Interface StandardOPUS Terminal is a platform solution that tightly integrates different terminal protocols into one cohesive unit. Mixture of different assets and systems often impedes terminal integrity and productivity. Effective management requires these to be closely aligned in order access the full benefits of integrated automation. OPUS Terminal provides a standard interface architecture based on a separate server, providing an groundwork for different yard equipment and OCR/RFID/RTLS/PLC. Under a single umbrella, terminals can be now managed with efficiency, stability and trouble-shooting.
Global Terminal Experience
  • Provide easy and powerful multi-user planning module
  • Centralize real-time operation monitoring
  • Optimize terminal operation by workload-balanced job scheduling
  • Allow easy customization for fast changing business
  • Offer standard API for 3rd party product interface
  • Provide integrated IT consulting service for H/W, enterprise system software and application platform


Optimized yard operation

OPUS Terminal ‘Job control’ module maximizes terminal productivity with optimized real-time planning, job scheduling, dispatching and resource pooling functions. With actual status of containers & equipment data in the terminal, ‘Job control’ sends job orders to automated yard equipment based on optimized algorithm. Moreover, it enables users to select preferred yard allocation-rule by either grouping or scattering according to yard utilization rates and equipment workload for real-time grounding.

OPUS Terminal supports controlling of terminal equipment such as:

  • Ship to Shore Crane (Twin / Tandem Lift support)
  • Straddle carrier, RTG, RMG operation
  • Top Pick, Reach Stacker operation
  • Automated Stacking Crane
  • Shuttle carrier & Terminal Truck pooling

Yard equipment pooling

OPUS Terminal Yard Equipment Pooling system increases equipment availability by decreasing yard truck/straddle carrier idle time and unnecessary travel by suggesting the optimal travel path. It supports pooling per STS Crane, vessel, and berth which leads to higher productivity.

Resource management

Resource Management system supports resource planning and management for labor and equipment to save terminal running costs. Adopting lean management logic, OPUS Terminal Resource Management system minimizes the terminal’s unnecessary manual work and maximizes the operation productivity.

Value-added management

OPUS Terminal offers comprehensive systems for integrated terminal operation: Gate, CFS and M&R Operation Statistics & Analysis Report Document Management EDI & Web Service Billing & Customs

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  • dpworld
  • hanjingwangyang
  • hutchison
  • indonesia
  • hjsglobal
  • 평택컨테이너
  • 부산항부두관리
  • psa
  • totalterminal
  • ttiageciras
  • ulsannewport
  • ara
  • 인천항안
  • pohangyongil
  • Hanjin-Newport(2)
  • Portonave
  • Westport

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