Navis In the News

Apr 24, 2018 – Container Management

Puerto Rican terminal signs deal with Navis

Puerto Rico’s Luis Ayala Colón terminal will integrate Navis’ terminal operating software (TOS), N4, after signing a partnership with the American software company. The terminal’s operations have been hindered since Hurricane Maria, which severely damaged Puerto Rico’s infrastructure in 2017, and the operator has chosen N4 to overcome these challenges as well to improve daily operations.

Apr 19, 2018 – Port Technology International

#CTAC2018 1-on-1: XVELA - Supply Chain Evolution

Port Technology has interviewed Guy Rey-Herme, President of XVELA, about how the evolution of supply chain technologies will affect the container shipping industry. The one-on-one interview, part of a series filmed at Port Technology's Container Terminal Automation Conference (#CTAC2018), has delved into what XVELA is doing in 2018 to encourage supply chain collaboration between all the stakeholders in the container shipping industry.

Apr 18, 2018 – Port Technology International

#CTAC2018 Scott Peoples, Navis - Container Shipping Collaboration

Scott Peoples, Chief Product Officer and Senior Vice President of Navis, is interviewed about collaboration in the container shipping industry at Port Technology's Container Terminal Automation Conference.

One of the terminal operators summarised the current situation: they have so much data coming in from operations that there is a challenge for the operator of processing it all in real-time. To make decisions and their operations more intelligent, they require the needed data in advance of potential bottlenecks occurring. At the same time, the information needs to be relevant, highlighting the key indicators for operators to prioritise. We went on to discuss collectively about what the solution should be. Artificial intelligence (AI) came up as a definite winner.

Oscar Pernia is Vice President Applied Innovation at Navis, a part of Cargotec Corporation, and a leading provider of planning solutions across container flow. Navis specialises in helping terminals to maximise their investments in advanced technology solutions, new business processes and operational optimisation initiatives by aligning them with the terminal’s highest level strategic goals.

Automation at container terminals progressed a lot from early 90s when first experiences were introduced in Hamburg and Rotterdam, having said that we are not even close to reaching the full potential of automation at container terminals. Impact at safety and sustainability areas is significant, but in terms of efficiency we need better levels of productivity and consistency of those.

Navis and Bolloré Ports have successfully implemented the Navis N4 terminal operating system at Dakshin Bharat Gateway Terminal (DBGT). Through partnering with Navis for state-of-the-art, modern technology, Bolloré Ports will streamline operations strengthening its status as a leading global ports operator.

Apr 11, 2018 – All About Shipping

Bollore Ports Signs with Navis for Seven Terminals

As the first terminal to implement N4 under the new agreement, DBGT targets to handle as much as 750,000 TEUs annually and to serve as a gateway to the industrialized region of southern India, which is showing some of the strongest growth within the country. It is also strategically located to process traffic coming from Africa.

Apr 11, 2018 – World Cargo News

Navis lists automation priorities

Following the inaugural 2018 Navis Automation Summit in London this month, Navis customers have identified their priorities for automation software development. The Summit is part of Navis’ continuing push to bring terminals together to collaborate on implementing terminal automaton, while helping Navis to identify priorities for its own automation development work.

Mar 28, 2018 – American Journal of Transportation

DP World selects Navis N4 to optimize operations

As DPW Posorja plans for a target go-live in second half of 2019, it has tapped Navis as its TOS provider and will utilize N4 to offer customers the most innovative technology for operational excellence including high quality service, efficiency and reliability at the terminal. As part of the N4 implementation process, DPW Posorja will also utilize Navis’ PrimeRoute, Expert Decking and AutoStow optimization modules.