Truck Appointment System (TAS)
WACT To Introduce TAS For Cargo Evacuation At Onne Port

Fred Omotara, Lagos
The West Africa Container Terminal (WACT), a subsidiary of APM Terminals is set to introduce Truck Appointment System (TAS) for cargo evacuation at the Onne port in Rivers State.
In a post on social media on Tuesday, APM Terminals explained that the initiative emerged from customer research, in response to the need for a digital system to streamline the drop-off and pick-up of containers.
“Pioneered at Monrovia, the system worked so well that it will become available in early 2023 at our West Africa Container Terminal (WACT) in Onne and at APM Terminals, Yucatan, with APM Terminals Algeciras and Bahrain soon to follow.
“The system makes arranging your container drop-offs and pick-ups much easier, more reliable and faster, with all paperwork’s arranged in advance at the click of a button.
“Spreading arrivals over eider time frames, woth peak times visible to customers, also eases traffic and ensures customers containers are ready and waiting to minimize loading times,” APM Terminals stated on Tuesday
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