CyberLogitec is the global leader in advanced technological solutions for shipping, terminals, and logistics industries. Our vision is to be the solutions partner of choice by leveraging on cutting-edge technologies and extensive industrial experience to make the world’s time and space more valuable. Our core strengths stem from the ability to lead our clients towards business and operational success and along the way, forge valuable partnerships.
With innovative technology and engineering capabilities, we offer cost-effective and comprehensive solutions that meets the requirements of an evolving global market. Our solutions include an advanced automated terminal operation system, integrated container & bulk carrier operation system, and container yard & vessel management system.
CyberLogitec remains committed to deliver quality solutions and services to its customers. Taking into account changing trends of the market, we continuously leverage on the resources from our research and development arm to drive business transformation.
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CyberLogitec has announced the launch of OPUS Logistics SaaS, an upgraded version of its logistics operations solution
CyberLogitec has signed an agreement with Busan New Container Terminal to implement its highly-integrated terminal operating system
A new and exclusive paper from end-to-end solution provider CyberLogitec outlines a vision for the future of the port and terminal sector, charting the digital transformation witnessed in recent times
Digital transformation has been bringing sweeping changes across all industries. In shipping, the evolution has been progressive but slow.
Competition between container terminals is becoming fiercer, and because of this handling fees have plummeted. Since it is becoming more and more difficult for terminal operators to maintain even mediocre profit rates, they are increasingly focused on optimizing resources like berths, machines, and the workforce.
In this paper are some of the existing RTLS technologies and their pros and cons, as well as an insight into how they are used in various types of terminals