Liquid Supply Chain Monitoring, Control & Automation



Reduces Liquid Inventory Losses Throughout Its Supply Chain



Ensures Sufficient Oil Stock in Terminal Storages


Controls Liquid Stock Move at Multiple Terminal Storages in Real-Time

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Oil Terminal Supply Chain requirements Schema

An Oil Terminal Storage usually have a predefined Supply Chain pattern

in its Receiving and discharging operation

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Main Terminal Storage X receives its Oil supply from Supply Point Terminal A through tankers. In turn, Terminal Storage X supplies its Customer Storage Site A through pipelines. As Oil moves from one Container to another Container within the Supply Chain, All parties involved in the business

All parties involved in the business (the owner of Terminal Storage X, Customers, the suppliers/oil refineries) usually have two concerns :

  1. To ensure the minimum Stock volume in each container is maintained, and
  2. The losses emerged in each location is minimal, even without their presences.
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LICS is the solution
LICS is an automated system to control both the Stock Volume and the Losses during supply chain operation of an oil terminal storage. Its main purpose is basically two-fold :

  • Maintaining the stocked volume of the Oil Terminal Storage
  • Controlling the Loss of its oil during Supply Chain operation, both its receiving, storing and discharging process

LICS – Liquid Inventory System Control

LICS strategy never ending 24-hour operation, can make the stake holders can rest assured

that the stocks will be maintained and the loss will be reduced even without


Record in great detail the oil flows, as it moves from one container to other container from the Supply Points, Carriers, the Main Storage and the Customers Storage during the supply chain operation. To achieve fool-proof data, LICS take advantage of all field instruments available at sites.


Summarize and analize the loss emerged during operation in a certain period along with People and Carriers involved during the loss.


React when it detects a lack of stock in certain Storage and/or when it detects the emergence of Loss during the supply chain process. It reacts by either prohibiting the flow to happen (in full automation mode) or automatically send email/alert to certain predefined Staff (manual mode).

The Benefit of LICS

Bad Practice The Solution “LICS “Benefit 
Loss is usually hidden by staff by manipulating the data obtained from volume measurement, for example temperature and density data. To minimize this, LICS obtain data directly from field devices such as ATG, and  flowmeters when operating in full automation mode. When automation mode is not available, that is in Manual mode, LICS will enforce the staffs to input the raw measurement data (the unprocessed data) such as liquid level, Temperature, and density.  To enforce this, LICS should be used with supported gps-equipped handheld device. So that will have a way to ensure that the measurement is conducted near the tank/compartment/container he measure. As such, staff will have minimum chances in manipulating the measurement data.
LOSS can happen when a staff deviates from the
prescribed supply chain patterns
  • LICS prohibit supply chain patterns which are not authorized by the top management
  • LICS detect and record all type of Loss including Transport Loss, Supply Loss, and working loss.
Loss data is hidden from the top management. So that when the top management realize this, the loss already accumulated and difficult to track.
  • LICS prohibit supply chain patterns which are not authorized by the top management
  • Whenever LICS detect a loss over tolerance, LICS will actively report to the top management in real-time along with People and Carrier involved. Therefore, Top Management can react in time to prevent for additional loss to happen.
The data of the people and carrier involved with the
biggest loss are usually hidden from top management. Hence, people or carrier evaluation can hardly be performed
LICS analized and reported Loss involved with certain person and carrier in a periodic manner. Stock and Loss overview is also available in dashboard to build common awareness among the staffs on the status of the business.  Furthermore, with the availability of Pivot or OLAP Loss Analysis, questions as the following can be easily answered : which carrier and staff in each Location is involved with the biggest lost? which day is usually loss the biggest and which carrier or staffs in charge for those day


Please contact us for pricing.

Our Offer in general will include the following:

1.Cloud on-premise system, based on contractual monthly lease fee. Application license will be terminated at the end of each contract, unless customer decides for renewal.

2. Each contract is issued for a minimum of 1-year period, with upfront annual payment (monthly fee x 12).

3. Infrastructures (servers, data storage/SAN and UPS) are provided by the Customer.

4. FREE:

(i) Integration with tank and/or liquid measurement devices for automation (database integration only, not direct to hardware);

(ii) Integration to MySAP, if required;

(iii) Sufficient customization for use at your company;

(iv) User training conducted in Jakarta (Venue and meeting package are provided by the Customer);

(v) Remote (from Jakarta) server and system maintenance during the full contract period;

(vi) Setup data backup and recovery into the Customer’s designated SAN (when provided).

5. Site visit, in whatever capacity or whenever required by the Customer, will have separate daily charges which will be discussed on contract.

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Contact : Vonny
Phone: +62821 1111 2090