ICTSI’s Cameroonian unit gets Logstar operating system

Published December 22, 2020, 5:00 AM

by James A. Loyola

Kribi Multipurpose Terminal (KMT), the Cameroonian subsidiary of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI), has implemented the Logstar®Terminal Operating System (TOS).

ICTSI said in a statement that this is part of the company’s efforts to deliver world-class service at the Port of Kribi.

ICTSI’s Kribi Multipurpose Terminal in Cameroon

A major step in developing the port’s infrastructure and superstructure, this cloud-based TOS solution will facilitate efficiency. 

KMT is a purpose built deep water general cargo facility catering to ro-ro project and  heavy lift cargo, oil and gas industry, forestry and steel products, dry bulk and other general cargo.

Efficient terminal planning and operations management will streamline the flow of information at the terminal, thus boosting port operations and landside productivity, said KMT Managing Director Kathy Magne.

“Providing KMT customers with the assurance that our world-class service is matched with world-class technology is a core focus for our rapidly expanding business in Cameroon,” she added.

Magne noted that, “With the support of the local port users and our shipping line partners, we believe that the benefits of automating processes and information flow at KMT will help us deliver even greater efficiency beyond our fence and throughout our customer supply chains.”

This cloud based TOS system provides support for first class operations and service to KMT customers.  All aspects of vessel, gate, yard and warehouse operations are covered, and all fully integrated with billing and reporting systems.