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Implico launches next-gen TMS cloud solution  

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Meenal Datar

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Implico has launched a next-generation cloud solution for tank terminals, which can easily be integrated with current and new systems via standardised API interfaces. 

It covers a range of different applications including monitoring of goods movements, asset management, stock accounting, customs/tax and process automation. 

In addition, the software can process and plan operations as well as service demands, capture and calculate required data, reduce time, costs and manual effort.  

Implico will be at StocExpo on 14-16 March in Rotterdam, Netherlands. At stand M1, the company will present new features of its cutting-edge solution for tank terminals, OpenTAS Go.  

Rolf Adam, CEO of the Implico Group, says: ‘Digitalisation is still a big step for many tank terminal operators due to the complexity of the implementation processes. With next-gen TMS we will facilitate this evolution and finally help digitalisation achieve its breakthrough.’ 

‘The new solution’s most important benefit is the simplicity with which it can be implemented. The cloud offers lots of possibilities here which we will roll out to the customers right now.’ 

Thomas Fahland, head of product management at Implico, says: ‘Each year participating in StocExpo is a must for us. The show provides Implico with a perfect opportunity to inform the market about our current next-gen TMS solution and upcoming innovations. We can’t wait to meet our partners and colleagues from the tank storage and liquid supply chain industry there.’ 

Make sure you have registered for StocExpo, with less than two weeks to go! 

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