Global Ports and TransContainer Launch Pilot Project of Terminal Intelligent Control
PJSC TransContainer of Delo Group and IT-developer ROLIS of Global Ports have agreed on execution of a pilot project of implementing Conterra intelligent control -system at Chita-1 container terminal (part of TransContainer’s network).
The respective agreement was signed at transport and logistics exhibition TransRussia 2021.
As part of the partnership ROLIS will introduce a system with a complex of IT-solutions of its own design at TransContainer’s terminal in Chita by the end of 2021. The enterprise will launch online management of the container yard, an Internet portal for the pool of trucking companies and the vehicles delivery organization, online management of acceptance and loading of containers onto trucks and fitting platforms. The system will also allow to automate the shipping documents execution.
The terminal services will be able to export information on the state of containers and operations with them from Conterra and provide it to the customers. Conterra will be integrated with the existing solutions of TransContainer, including the billing system, as well as with the technological systems of JSC RZD.
“The strategic priorities of Delo Group include development of digital solutions and implementation of commercial and operational synergy from our assets’ joint work. I’m sure the partnership between TransContainer and Global Ports in the IT sector will make a successful example," said Igor Yakovenko, General Director - First Executive Vice-President of Management Company “Delo”.
“We are interested in improving the operating activities efficiency and expect that the implementation of the Conterra IT system will increase the speed of container handling and reduce terminal costs through planning and optimizing cargo and warehouse operations,” noted Aleksandrs Isurins, President of TransContainer.
“In 2020, Global Ports and TransContainer successfully launched several services for customers together. Today we are scaling up this cooperation and are planning to implement a modern IT system at one of TransContainer’s terminals with the support of our IT-developer ROLIS. I’m sure that the pilot project will be efficient, and the wide network of TransContainer's terminals will create an opportunity for scaling our technological partnership,” said Albert Likholet, General Director of Global Ports Group, at the signing ceremony.
In 2020, TransContainer and Global Ports launched a joint project for the express delivery of pellets from Siberia to Europe via Petrolesport terminal in Saint-Petersburg, as well as regular dispatches of TransContainer trains loaded with cargo from the Asia-Pacific countries to Europe through the Vostochnaya Stevedoring Company’s terminal in Nakhodka.