Hogia Terminal Operating System
Terminals are busy places, but with the Hogia Terminal Operating System you know exactly what’s happening, as it happens. What, when, where – it’s all there, across the whole logistics flow. Easy to access and in real-time. Our solutions can help automate and streamline operational work, invoicing and administration, saving you time and resources, so you can focus on what you do best – growing your business.
Future-proof your business
The future places high demands on paperless shipments to speed up the flow of goods and provide greater and more reliable data exchange. The pursuit of realizing this ambition requires that as much as possible of your administration of goods should be handled digitally. This is exactly what a modern TOS is all about: facilitating information flow and minimizing paper use and manual handling.
Automation is key
Take total control of your terminal by using automated processes. Hogia TOS will help you handle the units that pass through the terminal in an effective way, based on your internal processes. Hogia TOS uses a flexible and configurable combination of different variables to determine where the units should be dropped, stored and picked up.
A multi-purpose Terminal Operating System
Whatever cargo combination you’re handling, Hogia TOS has standard modules to cover all your needs, and improve your efficiency in handling them. We appreciate that all terminals have a uniqueness in their customer base, their layout, their infrastructure and their operations. That is why Hogia TOS has been specifically designed to provide a standard yet modular solution. We can build a system that will feel tailor made for your operations whilst still providing all the benefits of an off-the-shelf, ‘state of the art’ solution.
We believe in making information available
Whether it's through our open interfaces for integration, classic EDI or through dashboards, KPIs and reports, we want the usage and sharing of information to be the centre of both yours and our business.
It’s as simple as that.
The power of scalability
Hogia TOS is a suite of modules consisting of core functionality with additional tools and features. Building software in this way allows you to scale up your system when and if you need to, be that an addition in cargo type, new automation, a change in the terminal, or a change in your customers’ needs.
The TOS application core includes the following applications
Full control of everything that arrives and departs from your terminal
Traditional EDIFACT messaging to support all your business needs
Easy and automated invoicing
Act on potential bottlenecks as quickly as possible
Perform operational work anywhere using smart phones and tablets
Plan and organise your yard with ease
TOS additional tools and features
Connect your TOS to anyone, anywhere. Reliable real-time information in a standardised format.
Visually plan and organise your yard to maximize your assets and capacity in real-time
Minimise the driver’s stoppage time at gate-in by introducing a fully or semi-automated system
Avoid misplacing of units through GPS-coordinate positioning
Ensure the condition of arriving and departing units
Reports and KPIs
Use the power of your data in dashboards and reports to expand your business
Verified Gross Mass
Verify unit weight in compliance with Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS)
Effortless customs clearance
Effective operational workflows for as few stack lifts as possible
Let your customers access the information they need
Easily plan and organise the positioning of wagons and units in train sets
Reliable software for years to come
A standard product with new releases several times a year based on customer requests and requirements. We have built Hogia TOS based on Microsoft products, which means a robust platform with easy installation and configuration that keeps your costs to a minimum.
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Hogia transport news
Hogia delivers support for handling large freight flows to the Port of Södertälje
It will now be easier for ports and terminals to handle large volumes of goods. Hogia is launching a mobile application that digitalises manual operations and provides increased operational control. The first to get up and running with the app is the Port of Södertälje, which will use it for unloading and loading import cars. Every year, one third of Sweden’s new car imports, approximately 120,000 cars, are delivered to the port. Large parts of the handling process can now be automated.
The next generation of public transport is proactive
Keep your customers informed in every situation! Emma Fernlöf of Hogia is one of the speakers at IT-TRANS, a public transport conference in Karlsruhe in early March. She will talk about the public transport of the future and how smart information can be used proactively in traffic management to prevent disruptions in public transport from affecting the passenger, creating a smoother journey and making public transport more attractive. The next generation of public transport is proactive, says Emma, and explains what this means in practice.
Irish Ferries chooses Hogia Ferry Systems
Irish Ferries have been looking to replace their current passenger and freight reservation systems and have signed an agreement with Hogia Ferry Systems to deliver their standard booking system BOOKIT. Irish Ferries is part of the Irish Continental Group and has four RoPax vessels and one Fastcraft currently operating on two routes across the Irish Sea as well as direct route between Ireland and France.
Åland digitalizes their passenger information
Recently the Åland Government addressed the need for passenger information and so signed an agreement with Hogia Public Transport Systems to supply a system that will give their passengers on board buses and ferries greatly improved information about their journeys.
Digitalization of Portsmouth International Port
Portsmouth International Port is the second-largest cross-channel port in the UK, and offers more ferry routes than any other UK ferry port, serving popular destinations in France, Spain, and the Channel Islands. Two ferry companies transport 250,000 freight units through the terminal each year. Portsmouth International Port awarded to Hogia the contract to supply a terminal operating system to digitalise the management of freight transport through the terminal thereby increasing the terminal’s efficiency.
Another Record Year
For the third year in a row, Swedish IT company Hogia has had a record year: Sales increased from SEK 565 million to SEK 605 million. For the 10th consecutive year employees numbers increased by 25 people bringing the company total to 675. Net profit rose from 34 to SEK 36 million, which is a profit margin of 6%, says Bert-Inge Hogsved, Hogia's founder and CEO.
Hogia wins business in Tunisia
Hogia Ferry Systems has signed an agreement with the Tunisian ferry operator Compagnie Tunisienne de Navigation (CTN) to deliver the reservation and ticketing system BOOKIT.
Port of Heysham’s timely digitalisation of RoRo port terminal
The RoRo terminal at the Port of Heysham is the hub for a large part of the freight that travels between north-west England, the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, and the Isle of Man. Three ferry companies transport 265,000 freight units through the terminal each year. Port of Heysham awarded to Hogia the contract to supply a terminal operating system to digitalise the management of freight transport through the terminal thereby increasing the terminal’s efficiency and throughput, while at the same time reducing stress and increasing job satisfaction in staff.
More efficient access control system for the Port of Trelleborg
As part of striving to become the best RoRo port in Europe, Port of Trelleborg is investing in digitalisation and new IT solutions. In project collaboration with Hogia, the port has introduced a fully automatic gating solution for the port’s existing gate-in. With the new solution, the trucks can keep moving throughout the access control process, and without having to stop to show a ticket or entry documentation. This enables a constant flow of vehicles into the port, thereby streamlining entry, and avoiding congestion build-up. This also has a positive impact on both the environment as well as safety within the port and on the port hinterland road network.