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DSP Data and System Planning announces a new partnership with ISL Applications

(PresseBox) (Lugano/Bremerhaven, ) DSP Data and System Planning SA, leader in IT services for port and shipping for over 25 years, announces a new important partnership with ISL Applications GmbH, commercial subsidiary of the Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics of Bremerhaven. DSP is now distributor and integrator of CHESSCON, the container terminal simulator realized by ISL.

DSP, provider of specialized IT services to ports and shipping industry and first implementation partner of NAVIS LLC, signed a new important partnership agreement with ISL Applications, which focuses on optimization and simulation tools for transportation and logistics networks.

DSP has become distributor of the CHESSCON suite and will provide consultancy services for its implementation. The CHESSCON suite, with more than 50 projects running worldwide, is the new generation of terminal optimization software and utilizes visualization, simulation and emulation to aid the operator's strategic and tactical plannings as well as the start-up of new terminal components. The CHESSCON software's open architecture allows connecting easily to any TOS, giving the terminal operator the best possibility to check new functionalities, to simulate new processes and to test system scalability and stability without affecting real time operations. The combination of products like NAVIS SPARCS N4 and ISL CHESSCON is the winning solution to get the maximum benefit and return of investment from the Terminal Operations System by optimization algorithm tuning, advanced training and "what if" scenario.

"Through this important partnership, DSP is now able to provide a turnkey solution acting as a single interface between software producers and terminal operators ensuring immediate and measurable results from simulation studies" says Marco Fehmer, General Manager of DSP. "Thanks for a concrete and operational approach to the problem that DSP consultants achieved through their experience in the container terminal business over several years."

About DSP Data and System Planning:

DSP Data and System Planning SA was founded in 1986 in Lugano (Switzerland) by Dr. Angelo Ravano, founder of the Contship Group. DSP provides worldwide IT and operational consultancy services taking advantage of its specialized and proven know-how in the shipping industry, port management and intermodal transportation, to support information systems deployment and management to terminal operators, port community, forwarders and shipping lines. In 2010 DSP has been certified and awarded by NAVIS as first implementation partner on SPARCS N4 and SPARCS 3.7

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Institut für Seeverkehrswirtschaft und Logistik (ISL)

ISL Applications GmbH was founded in September 2010 as the commercial part of the Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics. For more than 20 years, ISL has been specializing in optimization and simulation. Their systems have been utilized worldwide for optimizing container terminals, harbor planning and analyzing transportation networks. ISL Applications' experts and their partners will provide the marketing and sales of these products as well as all services around them, like training, customization, individual enhancements or simulation analysis studies.

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