Navis In the News

Jan 25, 2017 – Logistics Business Review

Navis Improves Terminal Software with Launch of N4 3.3

As terminal operations become increasingly complex, Navis remains committed to providing best-in-class solutions for its customers, and N4 3.3 offers a broad set of new features and enhancements to make it easier to administer and maintain N4. For the launch of N4 3.3, Navis implemented a major improvement in its software development approach – leveraging an agile methodology – to improve the ability to build quality software and innovate by utilizing rapid feedback loops as part of the development cycle.

Jan 24, 2017 – American Journal of Transportation

Navis Announces Improvements in Terminal Software with Launch of N4 3.3

“As the industry continues to evolve, with carriers adding larger vessels to their fleets and shippers demanding greater predictability and real-time insight into their cargo, it is critical that our customers are able to provide the most efficient terminal operations possible,” said Scott Holland, VP of Product Management at Navis. 

For the launch of N4 3.3, Navis implemented a major improvement in its software development approach – leveraging an agile methodology – to improve the ability to build quality software and innovate by utilizing rapid feedback loops as part of the development cycle.

The Georgia Ports Authority marked 12.3 percent container volume growth in December, moving 292,172 twenty-foot equivalent container units, an increase of 32,099 TEUs compared to December 2015, a record for the GPA. Roll-on/Roll-off cargo mirrored that growth, with a 12.3 percent increase (7,000 units) in passenger vehicles and heavy equipment handled at Colonel’s Island terminal in Brunswick and Ocean Terminal in Savannah. Georgia’s deepwater ports moved 63,967 Ro/Ro units last month.

Navis announced the general availability of N4 3.3, the latest version of its flagship terminal software. N4 3.3 offers a broad set of new features and enhancements to make it easier to administer and maintain N4.

Navis announced the general availability of N4 3.3, the latest version of its flagship terminal software. As terminal operations become increasingly complex, Navis remains committed to providing best-in-class solutions for its customers, and N4 3.3 offers a broad set of new features and enhancements to make it easier to administer and maintain N4.

The GPA Board approved the purchase of new software to run gate, vessel and rail operations. The system currently in use at GPA has been retired by Navis and replaced by its N4 software. "The new software will have similar functionality, but better engineering and integration," said Bill Sutton, GPA director of information technology. "Navis' N4 software now has a successful track record of use in ports across North America." The software system will be phased in at GPA terminals over an 18-month period.

The Georgia Ports Authority marked 12.3 percent container volume growth in December, moving 292,172 twenty-foot equivalent container units, an increase of 32,099 TEUs compared to December 2015, a record for the GPA they reported today. And, Roll-on/Roll-off cargo mirrored that growth, with a 12.3 percent increase (7,000 units) in passenger vehicles and heavy equipment handled at Colonel's Island terminal in Brunswick and Ocean Terminal in Savannah. Georgia's deepwater ports moved 63,967 Ro/Ro units last month.

Jan 17, 2017 – Port Technology International

Navis Opens Inspire Awards Voting

Navis has opened up online voting for the Inspire Awards, sponsored by Port Technology International (PTI), to celebrate ocean supply chain achievements and Navis customers driving change in the industry. Votes can be made by logging on through its Collaboration Center (NCC) with no limit to the number of submissions. Voting ends January 31, 2017.

Jan 6, 2017 – Lloyd's List Australia

VICT Welcomes First Container Ship

VICTORIA International Container has passed an important milestone, with the arrival of its first container ship, the ANL Woomera. ANL Woomera, a 5065 TEU vessel, berthed around 1am today, where it was later loaded with 400 empty containers bound for Asia.

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