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Port of Tyne takes two

The UK Port of Tyne has contracted Central Systems and Automation (CSA) and DBIS to provide separate applications that will be integrated to form a unified cargo management system. Tyne has nearly doubled its tonnage since 2009 and handles around 5 Mt of dry bulk, 70,000 TEU and over 650,000 vehicles.
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CSA’s two main products are its Autostore TOS and a Warehouse Management System (WMS). DBIS, which is owned by Terex-Gottwald through its subsidiary TBA, has a specialist Terminal Management System (TMS) called CommTrac for dry bulk terminals. Tyne will implement the Autostore Container Terminal Management System (CTMS) and Autostore Resource Management system. A number of modules are included within this – vessel planning, EDI, Destin8 interface, vehicle booking, billing and functionality for container maintenance and repair.

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