DP World Orders Operating System for Jebel Ali Terminal

Press Release
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Jebel Ali Port: Photo credit Galdós CCL CCL

CyberLogitec, a Korea-based IT company to provide its OPUS Terminal Operating System (TOS) for Terminal 3, at the expanding port complex.

OPUS TOS has modules to support the sophisticated operational requirements of the new terminal as well as interfaces to other existing systems at the port to provide seamless services to customers.

Container Terminal 3, with a quay length of 1,860 metres, a draft of 17 metres, and a 70 hectare storage yard, will be equipped with 19 Ship To Shore (STS) quay cranes and 50 Rail Mounted Gantry (RMG) cranes.

DP World Chairman His Excellency Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Vice Chairman HE Jamal Majid Bin Thaniah, Mohammed Sharaf, Group Chief Executive Officer, and Mohammed Al Muallem, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, DP World, UAE Region, attended the signing ceremony at DP World Head Office in Jebel Ali.

Mohammed Al Muallem, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, DP World, UAE Region, said: “The innovative technology we have in place in Jebel Ali Port is designed to ease congestion across the port area, from the berths to the gates. The OPUS Terminal Operating System (TOS) we have ordered will make Terminal 3 one of the most efficient container terminals anywhere, as our flagship port Jebel Ali continues to lead the region in adopting technology to drive growth.”

Jang-Rim Choi, CEO of CyberLogitec, said: "We are very pleased to provide OPUS Terminal to DP World's Jebel Ali Terminal 3, one of the largest terminals in the world. Based on our strong cooperative relations and trust built in the automated terminal project in Pusan New Port terminal, we are confident that OPUS Terminal will contribute to the world leading competitiveness of Jebel Ali Terminal 3 as the best of its kind in the Middle East."






 

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