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June 28, 2022

CyberLogitec to provide operating system for Dongwon Global Terminal

DGT plans to deploy the TOS at its fully automated Busan New Port terminal.

EUSU subsidiary Cyberlogitec has secured an order to provide a terminal operating system (TOS) for Dongwon Global Terminal (DGT) in South Korea.

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The order was placed by the Dongwon Global Terminal (DGT) Consortium and Dongwon Enterprise.

DGT plans to deploy the TOS at its fully automated Busan New Port terminal.

Last year, DGT Consortium was chosen to operate the West Container harbour at Busan New Port under a 30-year contract.

The contract is set to become effective from next July and will cover the second to fifth operation phases of the container terminal.

As part of the contract, DGT Consortium will manage the terminal, which features six berths and a feeder harbour for providing stevedore services.

The newly selected CyberLogitec TOS is expected to go live by July 2023 for the second to fifth phase terminal and 2026 for the second to sixth phase terminal.

It will support the implementation of modern IT technologies, such as internet of things (IoT) and big data, at the terminal.

CyberLogitec port department head Jeong Min Son said: “CyberLogitec has been selected for the project of the first fully automated terminal operating system in Korea.

“We dedicate to the port/terminal logistics IT service technology capability and improve automated terminal operation technology in Korea through this project.”

In addition, CyberLogitec revealed that it has completed the automation of harbours number two and three at Busan New Port.

Last August, CyberLogitec was selected to provide its Opus Terminal solution for the Eurogate Tanger container terminal in Morocco.

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