Safiport Derince Chooses CyberLogitec Terminal Operating Solution 


By The Maritime Executive 11-14-2018 07:14:46

CyberLogitec, the leading maritime and port/terminal IT solutions provider, has been awarded the contract by Safiport Derince, to implement the CyberLogitec OPUS Terminal, an advanced terminal operating system (TOS), for their newest container terminal in the Marmara Region in Turkey. The project implementation began in July 2018, and is expected to go-live in 1Q of 2019. 

Safiport Derince is a greenfield port project, it is aiming to be the greatest industrial port of the new Turkey. It has a dock 2.5 km long with 18 meters of water draft. The current port area is 600,000 square meters, and it will be increased to 1.2 million square meters. Based on its strategic structure and location, Safiport Derince aims to raise its annual container capacity to 2.5 million TEU in the future. 

“We have established Safiport to become the most advanced container terminal operator in Turkey,” said Safiport Derince IT Manager, Tanzer GENÇ. “It is our goal to be recognized as the most advanced terminal operator in Turkey. By implementing CyberLogitec’s OPUS Terminal, we believe that Safi will be able to better support its customers, streamline operational processes and enhance efficiency.”

“We are very excited that Safiport Derince has selected CyberLogitec and OPUS Terminal as their technology partners as they strive to become the leading container terminal operator in Turkey,” says CyberLogitec Global Managing Director, Youn-Keun Lee.  “Our commitment to deliver is a testament to CyberLogitec’s value-added services, quality of delivery and technology innovation. We are looking forward to working with Safiport, while supporting them in their effort to become the most recognized terminal and logistics player in Turkey.”

OPUS Terminal is a highly integrated terminal operating system (TOS) that manages the entire terminal from gate to yard to ship. The solution’s advanced features give terminals the ability to quickly move ships in and out of their terminals. Accommodating the needs of both container and multi-purpose terminals, OPUS terminal allows the entire operation to be managed under a single integrated  platform through combined planning, operation, EDI and management supporting systems. OPUS Terminal has been successfully deployed at more than 30 terminals globally.

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