Navis In the News

Jul 18, 2017 – Port Technology International

Navis Explores Fully Automated Long Beach Terminal

Navis has produced a video focusing on its involvement with Long Beach Container Terminal (LBCT), the first fully-automated container terminal in the US and the cleanest and most environmentally-friendly terminal in the world. Navis N4 serves as the brains of the automated operations at LBCT, controlling when the container is supposed to move, which piece of equipment is going to move it and where it's going to be moved.

Long Beach Container Terminal is the first fully-automated container terminal in the United States and the cleanest and most environmentally-friendly terminal in the world. Navis N4 serves as the brains of the automated operations at LBCT, controlling when the container is supposed to move, which piece of equipment is going to move it and where it’s going to be moved. 

TPE Paita is the port concessionaire responsible for developing and managing the Paita port in north Peru’s Piura region. The company was awarded a 30-year concession to modernize and operate the port in 2009 and has since implemented a three-stage expansion plan, with the first stage completed in 2014. The subsequent stages include operation of the new container terminal equipped with modern equipment and infrastructure, including cutting-edge technology like N4, positioning the port of Paita as one of the main points of development of foreign trade in the region.

Jul 12, 2017 – Container Management

Peru’s Paita port implements Navis TOS

Peru’s Terminales Portuarios Euroandinos Paita (TPE Paita) has implemented Navis’ N4 2.6 terminal operating system (TOS) as part of a three-stage expansion plan. The facility hopes to combat existing bottlenecks within the terminal by increasing gate productivity, gaining greater visibility into yard operations and faster vessel processing.

Navis announced that Terminales Portuarios Euroandinos Paita (TPE Paita), went live on Navis N4 2.6. TPE Paita chose to implement N4 to help identify and combat existing bottlenecks within the terminal – ultimately improving operations with increased gate productivity, greater visibility into yard operations and faster vessel processing.

Navis announced that Terminales Portuarios Euroandinos Paita (TPE Paita), went live on Navis N4 2.6. TPE Paita chose to implement N4 to help identify and combat existing bottlenecks within the terminal – ultimately improving operations with increased gate productivity, greater visibility into yard operations and faster vessel processing.

TPE Paita is the port concessionaire responsible for developing and managing the Paita port in north Peru’s Piura region. The company was awarded a 30-year concession to modernize and operate the port in 2009 and has since implemented a three-stage expansion plan, with the first stage completed in 2014. The subsequent stages include operation of the new container terminal equipped with modern equipment and infrastructure, including cutting-edge technology like N4, positioning the port of Paita as one of the main points of development of foreign trade in the region.

Jun 28, 2017 – Port Technology International

Major Asian Terminal Implements N4

Navis has announced that the South Asia Gateway Terminal (SAGT) in the Port of Colombo, Sri Lanka, has successfully gone live with the Navis’ N4 terminal operating system and N4 Billing. SAGT selected the Navis terminal system to "better optimize existing operations with the ultimate goals of enhancing productivity year-over-year while providing customers with best-in-port service levels."

Jun 28, 2017 – Lanka Business Online

Sri Lanka’s SAGT goes live with Navis terminal system

SAGT, located in the Port of Colombo in Sri Lanka, handles an annual TEU throughput in excess of 1.7 million and is rated amongst the top container ports in the world. Strategically positioned on the main East-West shipping route, the terminal links the Far East with Africa, Europe and the East Coast of the U.S. – providing an ideal connection to trade in the Indian sub-continent.

Jun 27, 2017 – American Journal of Transportation

South Asia Gateway Terminal Completes Implementation of N4 Terminal System

Terminal in Port of Colombo Looks to Enhance its Best-in-Port Services Through Streamlined Terminal Operating Systems

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