Navis In the News

Feb 8, 2018 – Port Technology International

Italian Terminal Extends Navis N4 Agreement

Terminal Intermodale Venezia (TIV) in Italy has signed a new Navis N4 terminal operating system (TOS) licensing agreement to optimize its operations and lower costs. TIV serves as the most convenient and cost-effective gateway for traffic to flow to and from Central and Eastern Italy and Central and Eastern European countries.

Feb 8, 2018 – American Journal of Transportation

Terminal Intermodale Venezia signs licensing agreement for Navis N4

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 a new N4 terminal operating system (TOS) licensing agreement with Italian terminal, Terminal Intermodale Venezia (TIV). TIV selected N4 to optimize the terminal’s operations and lower costs, with the ultimate goal of delivering improved productivity to customers.

Jan 31, 2018 – Port Technology International

ICTSI Launches Papua New Guinea Terminal with Navis TOS

ICTSI South Pacific International Container Terminal (SPICT) has commenced operations at the Lae Tidal Basin (LTB) in Lae, Papua New Guinea, by rolling out the Navis N4 terminal operating system. SPICT, a subsidiary of global port operator International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI), recently received the go-ahead to begin operations from the PNG Government.

Jan 29, 2018 – Container Management

Las Palmas opts for Navis N4

The operator of Spain’s Port of Las Palmas, situated in Gran Canaria, has chosen to implement Navis N4 to replace its old terminal operating system (TOS). Operaciones Portuarias Canarias. S. A. (OPCSA) decided to install N4 following its decision to upgrade its TOS, which is currently an outdated version of PSA’s Comsos TOS.

Jan 29, 2018 – Port Technology International

Canary Islands’ Largest Terminal Opts for Navis N4 TOS

Operaciones Portuarias Canarias, S.A. (OPCSA), the largest terminal in the port of Las Palmas in the Canary Islands, has chosen to implement a Navis N4 terminal operating system (TOS). Transitioning from an outdated Cosmos TOS, the partnership with Navis marks the first step in OPCSA’s path towards modernizing operations with the goal of achieving steady productivity, quicker vessel turnaround times and greater efficiency with re-stow movements.

Jan 25, 2018 – Transportes Em Revista

Shipping: The Intelligence of Automation

Business is currently going through the most significant disruption in decades. This transformation was driven mainly by technological changes - large amounts of data and its analytical analysis, additive manufacturing, 3D printing, Internet of Things (IoT), robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) ) - are described as the fourth industrial revolution.

What can we expect in the next 12 months? According to the ICS, incremental evolution. While autonomous ‘robot’ ships may be the final level of automation, it is unlikely, given the current levels of ‘pull’ from shipowners, that they will become commonplace any time soon. In the meantime, the biggest challenges the industry needs to address are ensuring that personnel are equipped with the competence and skills to work effectively with automated systems and that the systems are designed to work effectively with them in a positively reinforcing combination.

Jan 16, 2018 – Port Technology International

Navis Video Explores Collaboration with Hamburg Süd

Navis has discussed the topic of collaboration in the ocean supply chain with Andreas Mrozek, Global Head, Marine & Terminal Operations at Hamburg Süd. Hamburg Süd is a global carrier with 116 containerships, a slot capacity of 590,000 TEU with 50 liner services, and the market leader in global North-South trade routes.

Navis announced that the Bangkok-based Port Authority of Thailand (PAT) has successfully completed its implementation of the N4 terminal system. With the goal of optimizing processes and tracking all activity in real-time, from quay to yard to Container Freight Station to the gate, N4 now allows the terminal to better serve its customers, meeting demands for up-to-the-minute cargo information and greater transparency around container activities.

Jan 11, 2018 – Port Technology International

Thailand’s Bangkok Port Puts Navis N4 TOS Into Action

The Bangkok-based Port Authority of Thailand (PAT) has completed its implementation of the N4 terminal system by Navis, a part of Cargotec Corporation, so that it has up-to-the-minute cargo information and greater transparency around container activities.
PAT, a government-owned port, is located in Bangkok and is the only container terminal in the region, which allows the port to capitalize on the large volume of traffic coming through Southeast Asia.