Navis In the News

Benoit de la Tour, president of terminal operating systems provider Navis, which is extending its reach beyond the terminal, stressed the need to simplify supply chain complexity, noting how the industry is behind in digitalization.

Apr 20, 2017 – World Cargo News

PNCT Sets a Record with N4

Navis and PNCT has announced an important success at the Port of New York New Jersey. After converting to the Navis N4 TOS in early January, PNCT successfully handled record container volumes without disruption to its customers.

As part of the implementation, PNCT worked in close partnership with Navis to ensure a seamless upgrade to N4 with no disruption to its active operations or customers. Coordination between its operations and IT groups, significant and thorough early testing and configuration, as well as live testing integrating various technologies and vendors with N4 resulted in not only a successful upgrade, but also enabled the terminal to rapidly optimize its operations following the January 2017 go-live.

Apr 13, 2017 – China Daily

Liftoff in demand for automated ports

Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industry Co Ltd, the world's biggest port machinery manufacturer, said it sees automated port terminals becoming a new growth engine and expects them to further expand to reach 100 countries and regions in 2017.

Located in northern Chile, TPA is a multipurpose terminal. Given its proximity to Bolivia, TPA is the natural choice for managing Bolivia’s foreign trade, which accounts for 85% of the cargo transferred by the terminal. Bolivian cargoes that are transferred to TPA receive special benefits including free transit from the port to the border without taxes.

While big data and optimisation are the buzzwords of the moment, Navis’ operational innovation expert Oscar Pernia has stressed that ports do not need to reinvent the wheel to benefit from improved processes. Speaking at Navis World, Dr Pernia told delegates that ports and terminals should focus on simplification and not on adding more and more software. 

PD Ports has embraced business intelligence in its operations to optimise processes and plan better for future resource allocation. Speaking at Navis World, Ian Richardson, application specialist at PD Ports, explained how the UK port operator had adopted business intelligence (BI) and associated tailored reports to reduce the number of RTGs needed for a ship call and to enhance labour allocations to meet the needs of busier gate periods.

Apr 6, 2017 – Port Strategy

Navis Increases Footprint in Latin America

TPA is the 56th terminal in Latin America to select Navis as a terminal software partner. TPA will use N4 to support its primary goals of optimising its operational cycle and implementing a more modern platform to adapt new shipping supply chain trends impacting ports in the region.

Navis has signed a new licensing agreement with Chile's Terminal Puerto Arica (TPA) to upgrade the port's current operating system The deal will see Navis implement its N4 terminal operating software at TPA, which currently handles 220,000 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) of containers, bulk and break bulk cargo per year and mainly supports the trade industries of Bolivia, Chile and Peru.

Navis anunció que firmó un contrato para implementar el sistema N4 en Terminal Puerto Arica (TPA). Con esto, el complejo ariqueño se transformó en el número 56 de América Latina en usar este software para optimizar su ciclo operativo.

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