Navis In the News

Oct 17, 2017 – American Journal of Transportation

Tecon Salvador completes Navis N4 implementation

Digitizing and automating terminal operations is important for Tecon Salvador as it continues to advance and modernize, paving the way to handle larger ships and container volumes. Presently, the terminal handles 310,000 TEUs annually and averages approximately 60 moves per hour. Integrating the N4 system into its existing infrastructure will allow Tecon Salvador to more efficiently service the main shipping lines—as well as mega vessels—positioning its terminal among some of the most innovative and competitive container terminals in the world.

Oct 17, 2017 – All About Shipping

Tecon Salvador completes Navis N4 implementation

N4 is part of a larger, multi-year investment in the latest infrastructure, technology and automation solutions for the terminal, enabling Tecon Salvador to optimize operations and support changing business requirements required in today’s rapidly evolving ocean supply chain. Located in the state of Bahia, Tecon Salvador is the leading dock operator in Northern Brazil, and the only terminal in the country with exclusive roadway access to the BR-324 highway, connecting trucks to the terminal without interference with city traffic, speeding up the cargo release time as a result.

Navis today announced that Brazil-based container terminal Tecon Salvador has successfully completed its implementation of the Navis N4 terminal system. N4 is part of a larger, multi-year investment in the latest infrastructure, technology and automation solutions for the terminal, enabling Tecon Salvador to optimize operations and support changing business requirements required in today’s rapidly evolving ocean supply chain.

Oct 17, 2017 – DC Velocity

Tecon Salvador Completes N4 Implementation

Digitizing and automating terminal operations is important for Tecon Salvador as it continues to advance and modernize, paving the way to handle larger ships and container volumes. Presently, the terminal handles 310,000 TEUs annually and averages approximately 60 moves per hour. Integrating the N4 system into its existing infrastructure will allow Tecon Salvador to more efficiently service the main shipping lines—as well as mega vessels—positioning its terminal among some of the most innovative and competitive container terminals in the world.

Oct 17, 2017 – Portal Portuario

Brasil: Tecon Salvador incorpora TOS Navis N4

El Terminal de Contêineres de Salvador (Tecon) incorporó a sus operaciones el TOS Navis N4 con el objetivo de mejorar la eficiencia de sus servicios. El Tecon de Salvador es una filial de Wilson Sons, considerada como uno de los principales operadores portuarios del nordeste brasileño. 

N4 is part of a larger, multi-year investment in the latest infrastructure, technology and automation solutions for the terminal, enabling Tecon Salvador to optimize operations and support changing business requirements required in today’s rapidly evolving ocean supply chain. Located in the state of Bahia, Tecon Salvador is the leading dock operator in Northern Brazil, and the only terminal in the country with exclusive roadway access to the BR-324 highway, connecting trucks to the terminal without interference with city traffic, speeding up the cargo release time as a result.

Oct 17, 2017 – Port Technology International

Brazilian Terminal Upgrades TOS for More Megaship Traffic

Brazil-based container terminal Tecon Salvador has completed its implementation of the Navis N4 terminal system into its existing infrastructure to increase efficiency for the main shipping lines and mega vessels. The deal with Navis, a part of Cargotec Corporation, is part of a larger, multi-year investment in the latest infrastructure, technology and automation solutions for the terminal, enabling Tecon Salvador to optimize operations and support changing business requirements for larger ships and container volumes.

Oct 11, 2017 – Port Technology International

Qingdao Terminal: Fully Automated to Welcome MegaShips

This is the age of mega ships. These massive ships are carrying more cargo than ever before, and play a vital role in maritime transportation, dictating the future of the shipping industry. Just two years ago, the largest ship had a capacity of 19,200 TEUs. Today, the biggest containership, the OOCL Hong Kong, is just over 21,000 TEUs, and 25,000 TEU vessels are on the horizon. 

Oct 9, 2017 – Port Strategy

Lifting the data curtain

When Navis first introduced its incubator-cum-innovator-cum-optimiser lab, ATOM Labs, back in June 2016, it was a tentative step into optimising automation experiences for container terminals. Now with a team of 10, and more developers joining, its brief is far wider, covering three streams: user experience, data and connectivity, and extending its focus to digitalisation.

A growing interest in using artificial intelligence is raising the possibility that ports, shippers, freight forwarders, and shipping lines can make vastly more informed planning decisions for moving cargo. From a port terminal perspective, conversation about applying AI and machine learning (ML) to the terminal operating system (TOS) is becoming more common.

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