Navis In the News

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, today announced that two Finland-based container terminals—Steveco Vuosaari (Helsinki) and Steveco Mussalo (Kotka)—have become the world’s first ports to successfully go live with N4 in a hosted private cloud environment following their March 25th go-lives.

Steveco is one of Finland’s leading port operators and a full logistics provider offering large scale warehousing and stuffing services, sea and land freight, as well as 3PL services. With container terminals in both Kotka, near the Russian boarder, and in the capital city of Helsinki serving domestic import and exports, Steveco’s Vuosaari and Mussalo ports move a combined 750,000 TEUs annually. Steveco terminals are noted as some of the most efficient, safest and reliable ports in the region.

To uphold existing terminal performance and customer service levels amid increasing cargo volumes and shorter vessel stays, Steveco has invested heavily in innovative solutions that enable it to operate leaner and ultimately move containers, faster, safer and more cost effectively. The selection of a new terminal system became part of this process after Steveco learned that its legacy provider would no longer develop future versions of the software. After a thorough evaluation process, Navis N4 was selected due to its strong reputation in the industry, global support capabilities, as well as its ability to boost terminal operations and production over time. It was also able to meet a unique requirement, one that no other terminal in the world had approached Navis with to date.

Steveco is one of Finland´s port operators and a full logistics provider offering large scale warehousing and stuffing services, sea and land freight, as well as 3PL services. With container terminals in both Kotka, near the Russian boarder, and in the capital city of Helsinki serving domestic import and exports, Steveco´s Vuosaari and Mussalo ports move a combined 750,000 TEUs annually.

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, today announced that two Finland-based container terminals—Steveco Vuosaari (Helsinki) and Steveco Mussalo (Kotka)—have become the world's first ports to successfully go live with N4 in a hosted private cloud environment following their March 25th go-lives.

May 24, 2017 – Port Technology International

Navis TOS Takes to the Cloud in World-First with Finland

Two Finland-based container terminals — Steveco Vuosaari in Helsinki and Steveco Mussalo in Kotka — have become the world’s first ports to successfully go live with Navis’ N4 terminal operating system (TOS) technology in a hosted private cloud environment. Steveco is one of Finland’s leading port operators and a full logistics provider offering large scale warehousing and stuffing services, sea and land freight, as well as 3PL services.

Two Finland-based container terminals—Steveco Vuosaari (Helsinki) and Steveco Mussalo (Kotka)—have become the world’s first ports to successfully go live with Navis N4 in a hosted private cloud environment following their March 25th go-lives. Steveco is one of Finland’s leading port operators and a full logistics provider offering large scale warehousing and stuffing services, sea and land freight, as well as 3PL services. With container terminals in both Kotka, near the Russian boarder, and in the capital city of Helsinki serving domestic import and exports, Steveco’s Vuosaari and Mussalo ports move a combined 750,000 TEUs annually. Steveco terminals are noted as some of the most efficient, safest and reliable ports in the region.

May 19, 2017 – Port Strategy

Navis Releases N4 3.4 Software

Navis has released its N4 3.4 software, the latest version of its flagship terminal system technology. The company says improvements to the software’s equipment optimization modules include reduced waiting times in key areas of the terminal and maximized fleet utilization.

May 19, 2017 – Port Technology International

Friday Focus: A Fully Automated Terminal Future

To mark Qingdao New Qianwan Container Terminal (QQCTN) in China becoming Asia’s first fully automated port terminal, PTI has selected some of the best technical papers on fully automated terminals. Enjoy!

A TCP – empresa que administra o Terminal de Contêineres de Paranaguá, recebeu, na última quarta-feira, 17 de maio, o maior navio já atracado na costa brasileira, o porta-contêineres Hyundai Loyalt, que tem 340 metros de comprimento, 45,6 metros de boca e calado máximo de 14,5 metros. A embarcação saiu da Ásia e, após a parada em Paranaguá, seguiu viagem para o Uruguai.

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