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ATI Batangas Container Terminal selects DP World’s terminal operating system

DP World has completed the implementation of CARGOES TOS+ Terminal Operating System at the ATI Batangas Container Terminal in the Philippines.

The ATI Batangas Container Terminal has a capacity of 450,000 TEU annually, carrying containerised, mixed, breakbulk, roll-on/roll-off, and passenger cargoes.

The CARGOES TOS+ system is integrated with the ATI Batangas WebTrack community portal and its billing system, allowing ATI employees to manage digital transactions from vendors more efficiently.

DP World said it will continue to work with the ATI Batangas Container Terminal team to deliver Internet of Things integration to the TOS+ system, as well as provide in-depth training for system users over the coming months.

"The successful deployment of CARGOES TOS+ continues the great work our team has undertaken modernising the Batangas Container Terminal over the last several years. Moving to CARGOES TOS+ will allow us to take advantage of the full CARGOES by DP World offering and continue providing value to our customers from around the world," commented Rodrigo Sanchez, vice president of Operations at ATI Inc Philippines.

In addition to CARGOES TOS+, the CARGOES AVA+ Automated Gate System will also see integration at the ATI Batangas Container Terminal in May. This addition will see ATI Batangas using the full suite of CARGOES Ports & Terminals solutions, including CARGOES TOS+ for containers, CARGOES GC+ for general cargoes, CARGOES IoT+ for their IoT platform, and CARGOES AVA+ Automated Gate System for their gate solution.





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