Terminal management based on decades of experience

Over 4 decades Implico has accumulated true in-depth experience. During these years, the OpenTAS framework has developed to be an industry-standard, a digital heart of any modern terminal.

Consequently, this deep understanding of the industry that has been acquired enables Implico to innovate in an almost peerless manner, setting up a holistic system that incorporates Value-added services, lifecycle and data management as well as state-of-the-art solutions for the supply chain of energy and natural resources.

Currently Implico´s new poster child is being developing as working concept:

The Supply Chain of the future.

Managing the supply chain and increasing resilience will become more and more complex. Through our history, we understand which priorities arise and, by combining them with the right technologies, we support our partners to be ready for the future. Our mission is to be your collaborative partner in the future of the supply chain.

To give you an idea of the work, hands-on product demos of OpenTAS are ready to be shown, as well as a detailed insights of Implico´s Value Added Services.

The automated route to automatic efficiency

With the radically increasing technical potential, Implico firmly believes in pursuing a strategy of adaptationand in promoting co-creation as a method to build adaptability and resilience. We provide a service portfolio tailored to the needs of the energy industry: from advice on digital transformation to realizing a company’s potential for automation.

So, register today and be sure to visit us at stand C30 for a chat. Look out for our industry experts and win 3 free consultation days!

We are looking forward to sharing our ideas with you!

Joint Presentation of EVOS & Implico at this year’s StocExpo!

Under the title “Meeting customer demands with operational excellence despite resource constraints” we would like to invite you to listen to Henrik Hertel (EVOS)​ & Thomas Fahland (Implico) talk about our common vision for optimized planning of operations & infrastructure.

The talk will be about the huge untapped potential in process optimization of infrastructure and crew planning, as this planning process is the essential link between a wide range of actors, such as customer service and terminal logistics experts. An important aspect of this end-to-end planning process is the flow of material from source to destination, e.g., from tank through line segments, pumps, and manifolds to the receiving point, e.g., jetties, railcar loading points, or pipelines to neighboring customers. The planning process is highly time-sensitive and is heavily influenced by the variety of customer requests and a significant number of mostly unavoidable anomalies (such as delayed vehicle arrivals or equipment failures).

Another major optimization opportunity lies in the automation of route assignment, or ‘automatic route planning’.

This joint presentation with EVOS provides an insight of EVOS current planning process and related issues from which recommendations for optimization are derived.

When: 13.03.24, 13:30-14h

Where: Terminal Operations & Safety Conference / Hall 1 (Main Hall)

Who: Henrik Hertel (EVOS)​ & Thomas Fahland (Implico)

Let´s talk!


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