Navis In the News

Navis has expanded its commitment to delivering best-in-class software solutions to terminals around the world, helping more sites than ever before to modernize operations for improved efficiency, productivity and cost-savings. As part of this commitment, Navis successfully completed the implementation of its N4 terminal system at a record 43 terminals in 2016 - more than double the number of go-lives completed the previous year.

Terminals and ports will see greater demand for providing visibility and predictability to container moves for logistics providers and shippers. Navis World  - a bi-annual conference providing port terminal operators with insights to optimize the movement of containers through their facilities with the use of advanced technology and other innovations – will also focus on e-commerce this year.

The N4 replaces a competitive product that was unable to support future business requirements for the terminal, which includes automation and business intelligence, according to American Journal of Transportation. Handling approximately 200,000 TEU annually, the Port of Beira serves as a critical container shipping hub for several land locked countries, including Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and Eastern DRC, offering the shortest and fastest route to sea.

 

Feb 6, 2017 – Container Management

Navis N4 Goes Live in Mozambique

US-based terminal operating system (TOS) provider Navis N4 system has gone live at the Port of Beira, Mozambique. According to a company statement, Cornelder de Moçambique (CdM), which operates the port’s container and general cargo terminals, decided to replace its existing TOS as it was unable to support the facilities’ future business requirements, including automation and business intelligence.

“The Port of Beira N4 go-live perfectly demonstrates the successful outcomes that can be achieved with a fully engaged project team and a custom-built implementation plan that addresses a terminal’s unique business requirements,” said Guenter Schmidmeir, VP & General Manager, EMEA. “We are proud to extend Navis’ footprint in Africa, and look forward to supporting Cornelder de Moçambique as it further innovates and optimizes container flow in this important region.”

“As we continue to innovate and look to implement OCR systems, automatic gates, more EDI and internet usage, as well as achieve better integration with our administrative workflows, N4 gives us the possibility to implement this and further functionality in the years to come,” said Jan Laurens de Vries, Commercial Manager, Cornelder de Moçambique.

Feb 6, 2017 – World Cargo News

Beira Live with N4

The Port of Beira in Mozambique is one of several ports competing for trade from Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and Eastern DRC. It currently handles around 200,000 TEU. “Over the past decade, investments in both equipment and software have helped to significantly improve productivity and efficiency at the terminal. Yet, with its sights set on further innovation, Cornelder de Moçambique knew it would need to replace its existing terminal system in order to scale and realize new business benefits. After a thorough evaluation, the terminal opted for Navis N4,” Navis said in a statement. 

Feb 3, 2017 – Port Technology International

Navis Expands N4 Global Reach

Navis has announced with Cornelder de Moçambique (CdM), Operator of the Port of Beira, that the terminal has gone live on the Navis N4 terminal system. N4, which recently recieved the 3.3 update, is able to support the future business requirements for the terminal, which includes automation and business intelligence. The Port of Beira in Mozambique handles approximately 200,000 TEUs annually and serves as a critical container shipping hub for a number of land locked countries, including Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and Eastern DRC, offering the shortest and fastest route to sea.

Feb 3, 2017 – Logistics Update Africa

Port of Beira Container Terminal Implements Navis N4

Handling approximately 200,000 TEUs annually, the Port of Beira in Mozambique serves as a critical container shipping hub for a number of land locked countries, including Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and Eastern DRC, offering the shortest and fastest route to sea. Over the past decade, investments in both equipment and software have helped to significantly improve productivity and efficiency at the terminal. Yet, with its sights set on further innovation, Cornelder de Moçambique knew it would need to replace its existing terminal system in order to scale and realize new business benefits. After a thorough evaluation, the terminal opted for Navis N4.

Handling approximately 200,000 TEUs annually, the Port of Beira in Mozambique serves as a critical container shipping hub for a number of land locked countries, including Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and Eastern DRC, offering the shortest and fastest route to sea. Over the past decade, investments in both equipment and software have helped to significantly improve productivity and efficiency at the terminal. Yet, with its sights set on further innovation, Cornelder de Moçambique knew it would need to replace its existing terminal system in order to scale and realize new business benefits. After a thorough evaluation, the terminal opted for Navis N4.

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