2Solvo’s History1992Solvo was founded. First USA-based projects were implemented in cooperation with RGTI, BDM, TRW, and MARC (MarcGlobal).1995Solvo LLC was registered officially in Russia. Solvo independently started to design, develop and implement its own solutions and offer them to Russian businesses.1999Completed implementation of two major solutions: Solvo.WMS for Warehouse Management and Solvo.CTMS for Container Terminal Management. Solvo became LXE’s reseller in Russia.2001Solvo.CTMS deployed at the First Container Terminal,St Petersburg, Russia.2005Solvo’s corporate quality management system was certified for ISO 9001:2000.Solvo and JDA announced partnership on Supply Chain Control systems market. Solvo.DMS container-terminal document management system was released.20072012Solvo’s staff exceeded the total of 150 employees. Solvo successfully accomplished its strategic plans for the market of Warehouse and Container Terminal Management systems.2
8Information Interaction Data Exchange (UN/EDIFACT):CODECO – Confirmation of entry to, or departure from, the terminal of containers via road or rail transportCUSCAR – Import cargo manifests (bills of lading)BAPLIE – Unloading list, and container shipboard placement map (export and import)COPRAR – Loading list
11Container Terminal Topology Editor Each container can be viewed for details and its location within the terminal. The container terminal topology can be changed in the topology editor included in the system.
15Monthly Planning of Vessel Processing A preliminary monthly vessel call schedule is created in the system.
16Vessel call scheduling Information regarding containers to be discharged and vessel call schedules is sent from the service center to the container terminal. Vessel berthing is registered in the system.
17Loading / Unloading Scheduling The system includes container unloading scheduling. The unloading plan is sent to the crane operator.17
44Truck Visit Registration The SOLVO.DMS system handles all necessary procedures regarding the registration of truck visits.
45Road Transport Registration A list of containers to be loaded or unloaded with the assigned truck is sent from SOLVO.DMS to SOLVO.CTMS.
46Road Transport Registration Vehicle in-gate and out-gate operations are managed and tracked by the gate operator via a workstation interface or radio terminal.
47Trailer RegistrationThe tallyman enters the truck’s container description via the radio terminal.
48Depending on the container damage, the MS: Container RepairDepending on the container damage, the MS:Moves the container to a stackEnables “on-site repair”Moves the container to a repair zoneRejects the container from being received
49Unloading Containers from a Shuttle Car An operator confirms the completion of a job via the radio terminal, after which the shuttle car moves on to the next processing location.SOLVO.CTMS по правилам обработки автоплатформ определяет момент постановки автоплатформы в ячейку обработки.Затем выдает работу оператору ричстакера на выгрузку контейнера с автоплатформы и его размещение в зону хранения.
50Shipping of Import Containers via Road Transport
51Shifting Optimization The system minimizes non-productive container moves (shifts) and reduces the amount of distance and time needed for equipment runs.
52Loading Containers to Motor Platform (RTG) The system sends an SMS-message to the trailer driver to move the trailer to the cell under the stack. Adjacent cells are blocked automatically.Trailers arrive to processing cells. Processing the trailers is done in order of decreasing priorities.SOLVO.CTMS issues a command to an RPG operator to put the container to a motor platform, and a proactive command to move the next motor platform to the stack cell to minimize RTG downtime.Processing priorities are calculated automatically based on various parameters, including the minimization of RTG moves.RTG207050306052
66Key Advantages of Choosing SOLVO Enhanced control capabilities and visibilityReduction in operating costsGreater container processing velocityOptimized equipment utilizationIncreased terminal capacityElimination of container lossIncreased personnel performanceStreamlined vessel, train and truck processing