MOTSU

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MOTSUMilitary Ocean Terminal, Sunny Point
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We did a cost-benefit analysis of double loading, also known as 'picking,' which showed we could move 1,856 containers in 8 days instead of 12 by double picking," said Steve Kerr, the transportation manager at MOTSU.
In 2006, MOTSU implemented customized versions of Tideworks' Mainsail Terminal Management System[R] and Spinnaker Planning Management System[R], leveraging the system's integrated vessel, yard and rail planning tools.
Leonard, SDDC commanders, talks with rail maintenance crewmembers on the Center Wharf at MOTSU, N.
Both applications require broad customization to meet the unique requirements of MOTSU.
Operated by SDDC's 596th Transportation Brigade, MOTSU is the nation's largest ammunition terminal, serving all of the Department of Defense.
Ninety percent of the ammunition that now comes through MOTSU is containerized.
Though it will be a single-purpose fire boat, he looks forward to the new experience, but hopes the day-to-day calm of working at MOTSU won't change.
Mark Hagan assumed command of the 596th and MOTSU April 16, 2009.
Further, MOTSU processed over 2,000 commercial trucks and over 2,000 commercial railcars during this period of robust activity.
It is a quiet peaceful place for the MOTSU family to honor those who have sacrificed," said Col.
Since it opened in November 1955, the MOTSU staff has proudly supported the mission of planning, coordinating and executing the safe movement of munitions, explosives and other hazardous cargo in support of combatant commanders around the world.