Navis In the News

Luego de haber movilizado 5,6 millones de toneladas en 2016, superando ampliamente la transferencia de 2015 (4,9 millones de toneladas), Puerto Lirquén -que cuenta con una cuota del 25% del mercado de la Región del Bio Bio- quiere alcanzar un 7% de incremento en sus operaciones, según dio a conocer su gerente general, Juan Alberto Arancibia.

May 5, 2017 – Container Management

Tecon Rio Grande Upgrades to N4 TOS

Tecon Rio Grande (RG) has upgraded to Navis’s N4 terminal operating system (TOS) as part of an investment programme in new equipment, totalling more than US$40m. The developments at the terminal in southern Brazil are expected to increase productivity by 45% according to the TOS provider.

Tecon Rio Grande is one of the few facilities along the east coast of South America that can handle some of the biggest containers ships coming to call today, and manages 98% of the containerised cargo that passes through the Port of Rio Grande. With 24/7 operations, the terminal receives all of the main shipping lines that connect Brazil with the rest of the world, and currently handles 720 000 TEUs annually, with an average of 55.5 berth moves per hour.

May 5, 2017 – Port Strategy

The Digital Age

It’s high time that the port and logistics industry embraces the age of digitalisation, finds Carly Fields. Disruption is coming, whether the ports and logistics industries like it or not.

Navis today announced that Tecon Rio Grande (Tecon RG), a subsidiary of Wilson Sons Group, successfully upgraded to the N4 terminal system. With a focus on modernizing operations, Tecon RG has recently made a series of investments in new equipment, totaling more than $40 million, that when combined with the investment in N4, will deliver greater agility and an estimated 45 percent increase in average productivity.

Navis today announced that Tecon Rio Grande (Tecon RG), a subsidiary of Wilson Sons Group, successfully upgraded to the N4 terminal system. With a focus on modernizing operations, Tecon RG has recently made a series of investments in new equipment, totaling more than $40 million, that when combined with the investment in N4, will deliver greater agility and an estimated 45 percent increase in average productivity.

May 4, 2017 – Port Technology International

Brazil Terminal Targets Super-Fast Moves Per Hour

Tecon Rio Grande (Tecon RG), a container terminal operator in the south of Brazil, is set to achieve a 45% increase in average productivity at its terminal at the Port of Rio Grande after a series of upgrades that should secure 100 berth moves per hour (MPH).

May 3, 2017 – World Cargo News

N4 for Tecon Rio Grande

Tecon currently handles 98% of all container traffic that passes through the Port of Rio Grande. Current throughput is 720,000 TEUs annually, and average berth productivity is 55.5 berth moves per hour. Since 2014 Tecon has invested in gate automation, process automation for billing and customs cargo clearance, acquired 11 new pieces of quay and yard equipment, and upgraded to N4 as part of a US$40M+ investment to meet the terminals’s new future productivity targets.

May 1, 2017 – Maritime Logistics Professional

Navis Puts TOS on Cloud 9

You don’t have to go it alone. The most experienced Terminal Operating System provider on the planet has already been there and done that. 

In the future, future navigators will learn from the loading and unloading operations of container ships and bulk carriers of 76,000 DWT to 300,000 DWT (super-large ore vessels) and obtain the technology for onboard loading planning provided by the Navis MACS3 Stabilization Program stand by. In addition, students will use the dock loading planning software StowMan to learn more about the loading of container loading on board.

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