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More funds for Manila's growth

The holding International Container Terminal Services attaches a great deal of importance to the IT technology and digitisation of its flagship Manila International Container Terminal (MICT).


Amongst others, the roll-out of 5G at the terminal was employed to automatically weigh containers using spreader load cells in rubber-tyred gantries (RTG). These units help shorten truck drivers’ stay at the port as they no longer need to queue to use the terminal’s weigh bridges.


The MICT is currently working on the Tabs manifesting system, which automatically captures container data and truck plate numbers during the booking process. Over the last ten years, ICTSI has invested more than PHP 900 million (USD 20 million) in IT projects at its flagship terminal. (sh)




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