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1 1 SOLVO.TOS Integrated Solution for Container Terminal Management

2 Solvo’s History Solvo LLC was registered officially in Russia. Solvo independently started to design, develop and implement its own solutions and offer them to Russian businesses. Solvo and JDA announced partnership on Supply Chain Control systems market. Solvo.DMS container-terminal document management system was released. Solvo was founded. First USA-based projects were implemented in cooperation with RGTI, BDM, TRW, and MARC (MarcGlobal). Solvo’s corporate quality management system was certified for ISO 9001: Completed implementation of two major solutions: Solvo.WMS for Warehouse Management and Solvo.CTMS for Container Terminal Management. Solvo became LXE’s reseller in Russia Solvo’s staff exceeded the total of 150 employees. Solvo successfully accomplished its strategic plans for the market of Warehouse and Container Terminal Management systems Solvo.CTMS deployed at the First Container Terminal, St Petersburg, Russia.

3 3 Port Projects First Container Terminal St. Petersburg, Russia Vostochny Stevedoring Company Nakhodka, Russia Transiidikeskuse Tallinn, Estonia Modul St. Petersburg, Russia Ukrtranscontainer Ilyichevsk, Ukraine Logistica-Terminal St. Petersburg, Russia Novoroslesexport Novorossiysk, Russia Transinvestservice Odessa, Ukraine Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port Novorossiysk, Russia Container Terminal “Saint Petersburg” St. Petersburg, Russia Ust-Luga Commercial Sea Port Ust-Luga, Russia Baltic Stevedoring Company Baltiysk, Russia Brooklyn-Kiev Port Company Odessa, Ukraine Ust-Luga Container Terminal Ust-Luga, Russia Korsakov Commercial Sea Port Korsakov, Russia Riga Container Terminal Riga, Latvia Aktau Commercial Sea Port Aktau, Kazakhstan ZhelDorExpedicia Novosibirsk, Russia

4 4 Integrated Solution Modules

5 Business Process Management

6 6 Contract Registration

7 Commercial Activity 7

8 8 Information Interaction Data Exchange (UN/EDIFACT): CODECO – Confirmation of entry to, or departure from, the terminal of containers via road or rail transport CUSCAR – Import cargo manifests (bills of lading) BAPLIE – Unloading list, and container shipboard placement map (export and import) COPRAR – Loading list Data Exchange (UN/EDIFACT): CODECO – Confirmation of entry to, or departure from, the terminal of containers via road or rail transport CUSCAR – Import cargo manifests (bills of lading) BAPLIE – Unloading list, and container shipboard placement map (export and import) COPRAR – Loading list

9 Rendered Services

10 Payment Calculation for Rendered Services

11 Container Terminal Topology Editor 11 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.

12 12 Vessel Operations

13 Vessel Bay Plan Editor 13 Each vessel’s cargo plan can be created using a special editor.

14 Receiving Containers Imported by Vessels 14

15 15 Monthly Planning of Vessel Processing A preliminary monthly vessel call schedule is created in the system.

16 Vessel call scheduling 16 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.

17 Loading / Unloading Scheduling 17 The system includes container unloading scheduling. The unloading plan is sent to the crane operator.

18 Container Unloading from a Vessel 18

19 Unloading Containers from a Vessel 19 Various layouts for unloading containers from a vessel with subsequent transfer to the warehouse are supported in the system.

20 Container Registration by Tallyman 20 The tallyman registers containers in the system via a radio terminal.

21 Receiving by a Tallyman 21 A record of the tallyman operation and container inspection certificates are created in the system after the tallyman has received a load.

22 22 Registration of Vessel Call Loading and Unloading Operations Registration of Vessel Call Loading and Unloading Operations

23 Container Putaway 23 After a container is registered by the tallyman, the system will search for a storage location based on putaway rules and strategies.

24 24 Handling Equipment Management The system supports all types of load handling equipment at the terminal.

25 Container Putaway 25 The system issues jobs to handling equipment operators for putting away containers to their destination location.

26 Location Addressing in Solvo.CTMS 26

27 Location Addressing in Solvo.CTMS 27

28 Location Addressing in Solvo.CTMS 28

29 REF Site Management 29 SOLVO.TOS sends tasks to the refrigerator operator to connect/disconnect REF-containers.

30 Blocking RTG Rows 30 The system blocks locations or rows in RTG stacks for container putaway, if a row has container that are assigned to be moved.

31 GPS Integration 31 Containers are allocated at the terminal with the use of GPS and container pick-up sensors.

32 Konecranes C-Pics and Kalmar Smartrail Integration 32 SOLVO.CTMS integrates with vehicle- born positioning systems via RS-232.

33 Export Container Forwarding by Vessels 33

34 Load Planning 34 SOLVO.CTMS enables automatic planning of shipments by type, weight class and hazard class.

35 Load Planning 35

36 Container Loading onto Vessels 36 The system issues tasks to handling equipment operators to move containers under a crane. The tallyman registers container loading onto the vessel.

37 37 Operative Monitoring and Analytics

38 38 Gate Operations

39 Delivery of Export Container via Road Transport 39

40 Time Slotting 40 The time slotting feature is used by the management system to distribute handling equipment workload when processing trucks.

41 Web-Portal 41

42 Web Portal 42 The container terminal’s customers can send truck visits requests via SOLVO’s web portal.

43 43 Accreditation of Drivers and Vehicles

44 Truck Visit Registration 44 The SOLVO.DMS system handles all necessary procedures regarding the registration of truck visits.

45 Road Transport Registration 45 A list of containers to be loaded or unloaded with the assigned truck is sent from SOLVO.DMS to SOLVO.CTMS.

46 Road Transport Registration 46 Vehicle in-gate and out-gate operations are managed and tracked by the gate operator via a workstation interface or radio terminal.

47 Trailer Registration 47 The tallyman enters the truck’s container description via the radio terminal.

48 Container Repair 48 Depending on the container damage, the MS: Moves the container to a stack Enables “on-site repair” Moves the container to a repair zone Rejects the container from being received

49 49 Unloading Containers from a Shuttle Car 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. An operator confirms the completion of a job via the radio terminal, after which the shuttle car moves on to the next processing location.

50 Shipping of Import Containers via Road Transport 50

51 Shifting Optimization 51 The system minimizes non-productive container moves (shifts) and reduces the amount of distance and time needed for equipment runs.

52 Loading Containers to Motor Platform (RTG) 52 Trailers arrive to processing cells. Processing the trailers is done in order of decreasing priorities RTG Processing priorities are calculated automatically based on various parameters, including the minimization of RTG moves. 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. 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.

53 53 Rail Operations

54 Entry of Rail Waybills 54

55 Generating the Discharge List 55 When a train arrives at the terminal. The system registers its flatcars and creates a discharge list. RMG

56 Discharging Containers From Flatcars 56 The system issues a discharging jobs list to the RMG operator. The RMG operator unloads the specified containers from the flatcars. RMG

57 Container Registration by the Tallyman 57 The tallyman registers the discharged containers in the system via the radio terminal. RMG

58 Container Putaway 58 The system issues jobs to handling equipment operators to put away containers into their assigned locations.

59 Generating the Loading List 59 The system generates a list of containers to load. RMG

60 Container Loading Planning 60 Planning Parameters: Flatcar owner Destination station Platform technical restrictions Hazard class compatibility Weight compatibility Planning Optimization: FIFO by waybill date Flatcar loading by weight

61 Container Load Planning 61 The system automatically performs container load planning, after which the dispatcher can manually edit the plan.

62 Container Drop-off 62 The system creates jobs to drop off containers at transfer locations. The tallyman enters a description of the delivered containers. RMG

63 Loading Containers onto Flatcars 63 The system issues container loading jobs to RMG operators. The train departs after loading is complete. RMG

64 Reports 64

65 Project Plan

66 Key Advantages of Choosing SOLVO 66 Enhanced control capabilities and visibility Reduction in operating costs Greater container processing velocity Optimized equipment utilization Increased terminal capacity Elimination of container loss Increased personnel performance Streamlined vessel, train and truck processing

67 Благодарим за внимание! 67 The Solution is Here!


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