Rio Cubatao Logistica Portuaria Selects MTLS

Monday, January 28, 2002
Maher Terminals Logistic Systems (MTLS) announces the implementation of its e-Container Terminal Management System SMART SERIES (e-CMTS) at Rio Cubatao Logistica Portuaria Ltda., (RCLP) in Sao Paulo Brazil. The MTLS e-CTMS is one of the world’s first completely web-enabled, e-commerce business solutions for the management of container terminals. MTLS’ e-CTMS further extends the patented MTLS “Community-Based System” approach to the Web, further simplifying the exchange of critical data between container terminal operators and their customers. The MTLS e-CTMS provides terminal managers with the flexibility to locally or remotely review and control terminal activities, and empowers their clients and partners by enabling the execution of reporting, data entry and inquiry functions via the Web. It was also designed with the flexibility to customize these Web applications to a customer’s specific operational needs, and to maximize their investment.

The MTLS e-CTMS Web interface gives authorized port community members the ability to submit and receive critical information via the Web. Real-time notification of cargo status and adjustments provides terminal management staff with the timely information necessary to make improved operating decisions. The reliance on paper is reduced and service to customers throughout the logistical chain is improved.

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