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Brazilian cabotage specialist Log-in Logistica has gone live with Xvela’s collaborative stowing planning application. Stowage for Log-in’s fleet of container vessels is now planned using the cloud solution and the carrier has begun collaborating on vessel call planning with Tecon Salvador, a container terminal operated by Wilson Sons Group in Salvador, Brazil.

Navis announced that Tianjin Port Group has completed the cutover and go live of N4 across its six terminals in record time. Following implementation at the sixth and final terminal, Tianjin Orient Container Terminal (TOCT), Tianjin Ports is now the largest N4 terminal complex by TEU - with an annual TEU of 15 million.

Navis announced that Tianjin Port Group has completed the cut over and go live of N4 across its six terminals in record time. Following implementation at the sixth and final terminal, Tianjin Orient Container Terminal (TOCT), Tianjin Ports is now the largest N4 terminal complex by TEU – with an annual TEU of 15 million.

May 31, 2018 – Port Technology International

Tianjin Port Becomes Largest N4 Terminal Complex

The Tianjin Port Group has successfully completed the transition to Navis’ N4 TOS across all six of its terminals in record time. The 300,000 ton artificial deep-water port, the largest port in Northern China and the gateway to Beijing, achieved fully integrated terminal operation and management across its entire terminal network in less than eight months, the quickest implementation ever undertaken by Navis.

May 30, 2018 – Port Technology International

Log-In Logistica Joins XVELA’s Collaborative Network

XVELA  has announced the latest company to go live with their collaborative stowage planning application — Log-In Logistica. The leading door to door intermodal logistic company in Brazil and the Latin American region will now plan all stowage for their container vessel fleet through XVELA’s cloud solution.

XVELA today announced that Log-In Logistica, a leading provider of door to door intermodal logistic services in Brazil and the Mercosur region, has gone live with XVELA’s Collaborative Stowage Planning application. Stowage for Log-In’s fleet of container vessels is now planned using XVELA’s cloud solution and the carrier has begun collaborating on vessel call planning with Tecon Salvador, a container terminal operated by the Wilson Sons Group in Salvador, Brazil.

May 29, 2018 – World Cargo News

Log-In Logistica live with XVELA

Brazilian shipping line and logistics company Log-In Logistica has become the first shipping line in Latin America to “collaborate on stowage planing” using the XVELA cloud solution. As part of a major technology upgrade Tecon Salador implemented the Navis N4 TOS last year, creating new opportunities to exchange information through XVELA.

Brazil-based carrier goes live with XVELA and kicks off collaboration with Tecon Salvador container terminal to improve transparency, communication and efficiency of vessel calls. Stowage for Log-In Logistica's fleet of container vessels is now planned using XVELA's cloud solution and the carrier has begun collaborating on vessel call planning with Tecon Salvador, a container terminal operated by the Wilson Sons Group in Salvador, Brazil.

May 26, 2018 – Portal Portuario

Abu Dhabi Terminals actualiza su sistema Navis N4

Abu Dhabi Terminals (ADT) actualizó su Terminal Operating System Navis N4 hacia la versión N4 3.4, según informó Navis.

Navis, a part of Cargotec Corporation and provider of operational technologies and services that unlock greater performance and efficiency for the world’s leading organizations across the shipping supply chain, announced that Abu Dhabi Terminals (ADT) has successfully upgraded to N4 3.4.

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