Navis In the News

Greenland-based cargo service provider Royal Arctic Line (RAL) has activated the new N4 operating system from Navis at its terminal in Aalborg, Denmark. The newly installed terminal operating system (TOS) has replaced RAL’s existing in-house system and has streamlined business processes of the terminal. The upgraded TOS will enable the terminal to handle 50,000 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) and 25-28 cranes in an hour.

Dec 14, 2016 – Port Technology International

Navis Goes Nordic

As the sole provider along the two countries’ shipping lanes, RAL chose N4 as a modern platform that could better service all of its current customers after finding that its multiple disparate systems were impacting operations. Navis, a part of Cargotec Corporation and provider of operational technologies and services, has secured business with an important customer through N4 as RAL serves as the only container terminal in northern Denmark and the only service provider to all of Greenland.

The terminal explored multiple options and went through an extensive selection process when deciding to exchange its legacy system and ultimately opted for N4 as the best fit to help support current and future growth objectives. After signing with Navis, the project was completed in a short window of six months and with an annual TEU of 50,000 and 25-28 crane moves per hour. RAL is looking forward to continued success in providing its clients with fast and effective service when routing cargo to its end destination.

Lacking key features in its legacy system with multiple disparate systems in place to support complex operations, RAL sought out Navis’ expertise to help align and streamline business processes via N4. RAL is a key player among the Nordic countries, serving as the only container terminal in northern Denmark and the only service provider to all of Greenland.

Dec 14, 2016 – World Cargo News

ICTSI Completes Automated Terminal

A group of dignitaries headed by Enrique Razon Jr., ICTSI Chairman and President, along with His Honour Luke Donnellan, Victoria State Minister of Ports; Councillor Bernadene Voss, Port Phillip City Mayor; and Brendan Bourke, Port of Melbourne CEO were on hand for a ribbon cutting ceremony in Australia this week.

Navis and Royal Arctic Line Denmark (RAL) announced that the terminal has gone live with the Navis N4 terminal system. Lacking key features in its legacy system with multiple disparate systems in place to support complex operations, RAL sought out Navis’ expertise to help align and streamline business processes via N4.

The terminal explored multiple options and went through an extensive selection process when deciding to exchange its legacy system and ultimately opted for N4 as the best fit to help support current and future growth objectives. After signing with Navis, the project was completed in a short window of six months and with an annual TEU of 50,000 and 25-28 crane moves per hour. RAL is looking forward to continued success in providing its clients with fast and effective service when routing cargo to its end destination.

RAL is a key player among the Nordic countries, serving as the only container terminal in northern Denmark and the only service provider to all of Greenland. As the sole provider along these shipping lanes, RAL’s reasons for implementing N4 are twofold – to update to a more modern platform to better service all of its current customers and as the first step in its planned expansion into increasingly competitive markets.

Dec 11, 2016 – Terminal Operator

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US-based Matson deployed Navis’ N4 terminal operating system (TOS) at its terminals, located at three ports in Alaska, US. Deployment of the N4 TOS is expected to improve operations and increase the efficiency of Matson’s Alaska operations, which handles around 70,000 containers annually. Last year, the company purchased its Alaska operations, which includes port terminals, vessels and equipment, from Horizon Lines.

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