SOLVO is one of the leading providers of software solutions for container terminals, break-bulk and mixed cargo ports, Ro-Ro terminals and warehouses. Offering a number of comprehensive solutions such as Solvo.TOS – integrated terminal operating and document management system for a port or a terminal of any size and type; Solvo.WMS – an industrial warehouse management solution suitable for even the most complex tasks, Solvo.YMS – Yard management system and other software, Solvo.Billing and more. All of its software solutions are validated by the renowned Fraunhofer Institite of Logistics in Germany.
SOLVO has successfully completed over a 160 projects, certified in accordance with the international quality management system ISO 9001:2008.
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A state-of-the-art management system tailored to the specific needs of the customer. Yet even the most basic out-of-the-box configuration enables effective and streamlined planning, equipment control and terminal workflow management …
Solvo.TOS Cargo enables stevedoring companies to effectively manage operations related to handling of general cargo or break-bulk in real-time. The core functionality is automated or semi-automated planning, work-order distribution and …
A state-of-the-art management system designed to effectively manage even the most specific processes at warehouses with any type of nomenclature and turnover volume in real time. Solvo.WMS is offered in …
One of the most pressing issues for all parties involved in container logistics is the new requirement from SOLAS that calls on shippers to obtain the verified gross mass (VGM) of all maritime containers before shipping. The main considerations with regard to this that one has to take into account are as follows
In the spring of 2014, Container Terminal Saint Petersburg (CTSP) launched its automatic reefer monitoring system. These systems can be divided into two classes: systems whose equipment requires separate connections to the reefer container, and ones that do not require any additional actions. CTSP implemented automated reefer monitoring to provide quality monitoring of reefers without the need for in-house reefer mechanics.
At some point, every manager in charge of port or cargo terminal operations will come face to face with the question: what is the best way to increase productivity, reduce the frequency of personnel and equipment idle periods, improve document management and planning, and establish a proper system for reporting? Sooner or later, one will arrive at the conclusion that a comprehensive solution to this entails a real system, which is capable of establishing order not only for terminal operations but for personnel and documentation as well.