CMP and PICit in new collaboration agreement

Copenhagen Malmö Port, CMP, and PICit are entering into a new agreement whereby PICit will supply the PIC TOS logistics system to CMP.

”We are delighted to be able to announce the new agreement with CMP. We have wanted to supply PIC TOS to CMP for some time as it is of major significance to our mutual customers, who will benefit greatly from the agreement. PICit and CMP have already worked closely together in connection with the implementation of SOLAS / VGM at CMP. I am eagerly looking forward to continuing to develop this excellent partnership”, says PICit A/S’s CEO Henrik Højen Andersen.

The fundamental idea behind PIC TOS is to collect all information about transports/loads and make it available for all parties in the transport chain.

”It is important for CMP to find a supplier and a system which links together our processes and those of our customers. We know from experience that PICit meets the high level of requirements  that CMP places on professionalism, quality and speed. They have detailed knowledge of both our operations and those of our customers, as well as of the prevailing conditions for the container operation in Scandinavia. This means that PICit has great understanding of how we want to work”, says Jacob Fogh, Terminal Manager, Port & Terminal Operations at CMP in Copenhagen.

”The project to implement PIC TOS is already under way, the plan is to go live in late November 2016. CMP and PICit will together set a more specific date in early November. A large number of parties are affected by a TOS implementation, and it is important that we have an effective transition from the implementation project to it becoming operational so that it satisfies all parties involved”, Henrik Højen Andersen concludes.


For further information, contact:
Henrik Højen Andersen, CEO
Sales and Customer Services, PICit A/S
Tel. +45 87 30 80 20

Jacob Fogh, Terminal Manager
Port & Terminal Operations, Copenhagen Malmö Port
Tel. +45 3546 1307

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