Navis In the News

Feb 5, 2017 – Global Trade

First Mega Ship Calls at Israeli Port

The largest ship ever to dock in an Israeli port arrived at the port of Haifa on Thursday. The 13,092-TEU Maersk Elba container ship arrived at the Carmel Terminal the morning of February 2. It was operated on by four STS cranes with an average productivity of 136 containers per ship hour.

Feb 3, 2017 – Port Technology International

Navis Expands N4 Global Reach

Navis has announced with Cornelder de Moçambique (CdM), Operator of the Port of Beira, that the terminal has gone live on the Navis N4 terminal system. N4, which recently recieved the 3.3 update, is able to support the future business requirements for the terminal, which includes automation and business intelligence. The Port of Beira in Mozambique handles approximately 200,000 TEUs annually and serves as a critical container shipping hub for a number of land locked countries, including Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and Eastern DRC, offering the shortest and fastest route to sea.

Feb 3, 2017 – Logistics Update Africa

Port of Beira Container Terminal Implements Navis N4

Handling approximately 200,000 TEUs annually, the Port of Beira in Mozambique serves as a critical container shipping hub for a number of land locked countries, including Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and Eastern DRC, offering the shortest and fastest route to sea. Over the past decade, investments in both equipment and software have helped to significantly improve productivity and efficiency at the terminal. Yet, with its sights set on further innovation, Cornelder de Moçambique knew it would need to replace its existing terminal system in order to scale and realize new business benefits. After a thorough evaluation, the terminal opted for Navis N4.

Handling approximately 200,000 TEUs annually, the Port of Beira in Mozambique serves as a critical container shipping hub for a number of land locked countries, including Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and Eastern DRC, offering the shortest and fastest route to sea. Over the past decade, investments in both equipment and software have helped to significantly improve productivity and efficiency at the terminal. Yet, with its sights set on further innovation, Cornelder de Moçambique knew it would need to replace its existing terminal system in order to scale and realize new business benefits. After a thorough evaluation, the terminal opted for Navis N4.

During the implementation process, it was critical for CdM to minimize operational delays for its customers, and ensure that the migration would not significantly alter or change existing procedures for its stakeholders. Navis delivered on all fronts, due in great part to unwavering support and partnership from the Navis implementation team, the composition and involvement of the Cornelder project team, as well as a conservative rollout of N4 functionality to match current business needs.

Jan 27, 2017 – Dry Bulk

Navis Launches N4 3.3

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 using rapid feedback loops as part of the development cycle. With frequent quality and delivery checkpoints built into the process, the new software’s features help Navis customers unlock greater operational efficiency. Navis has also reduced its release cycle to four months in order to be more responsive to growing industry challenges and market needs.

Jan 26, 2017 – Container Management

Navis Releases Latest N4 Version

USA-based terminal operating software (TOS) provider Navis has launched the latest version of its N4 TOS. According to the company, for the launch of N4 3.3, which is now on general availability, Navis improved its software development approach by leveraging an agile methodology.

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 25, 2017 – Port Technology International

Navis N4 3.3 Update Increases Terminal Efficiency

Navis has released N4 3.3, the latest version of its flagship terminal software, offering a broad set of new features and enhancements to make it easier to administer and maintain N4 and achieve greater operational efficiency.

Jan 25, 2017 – Port Technology International

Navis: Automation's Full Potential Not Yet Realized

Port Technology International (PTI) is pleased to announce that Dr Oscar Pernia, VP Operational Innovation with US-based industry giant Navis, has confirmed his place as a speaker for PTI's upcoming Terminal Automation & Training C-Level Networking Conference taking place 19 - 20th April 2017 in London.

Pages